Saturday, January 24, 2009

NetBeans or Embedded Linux Development Using Eclipse

NetBeans: The Definitive Guide

Author: Tim Boudreau

As the Java programming language has increased in both functionality and complexity, developers have demanded more of their program editors. Gone are the days when a simple visual editor is sufficient for even small programming projects. While there are numerous IDEs available today for use by Java developers, one stands above the rest, not only for its functionality, but for its extensibility: NetBeans. In NetBeans: The Definitive Guide, you'll find out how to use this IDE to its fullest, making your Java programming more efficient and productive than ever before. You'll understand the basics of the IDE, and quickly be utilizing the various editor and explorer windows. You'll also master many of NetBeans' advanced features, and work with XML documents, CVS repositories, Javadoc trees, and web applications, all within the NetBeans framework.

In addition to teaching you how to use the existing features of NetBeans, this work goes on to cover developing additional modules for NetBeans. Through this instructional portion of the book, you will master the NetBeans APIs, and learn how to enhance NetBeans for your own specific needs. Whether you need to add customized behavior to handle your proprietary file formats, or want to redistribute NetBeans as a proprietary product, NetBeans: The Definitive Guide will allow you to master this open source IDE and all of its advanced features. Whether you are an enterprise developer looking for an IDE that can handle your complex program tasks, an open source developer looking to integrate NetBeans into your own visual projects, or a manager trying to maximize your team's development potential, NetBeans: The Definitive Guide is the book for you.

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Embedded Linux Development Using Eclipse

Author: Doug Abbott

The Eclipse environment solves the problem of having to maintain your own Integrated Development Environment (IDE), which is time consuming and costly. Embedded tools can also be easily integrated into Eclipse. The C/C++CDT is ideal for the embedded community with more than 70% of embedded developers using this language to write embedded code. Eclipse simplifies embedded system development and then eases its integration into larger platforms and frameworks.

In this book, Doug Abbott examines Eclipse, an IDE, which can be vital in saving money and time in the design and development of an embedded system. Eclipse was created by IBM in 2001 and then became an open-source project in 2004. Since then it has become the de-facto IDE for embedded developers. Virtually all of the major Linux vendors have adopted this platform, including MontVista, LynuxWorks, and Wind River.

*Details the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE) essential to streamlining your embedded development process
*Overview of the latest C/C++ Developer's Toolkit (CDT)
*Includes case studies of Eclipse use including Monta Vista, LynuxWorks, and Wind River

Table of Contents:
Foreword: A Brave New World of Embedded Software Development Robert Day Day, Robert Ch. 1 Introducing Eclipse 1 Ch. 2 Installation 13 Ch. 3 Getting Started 31 Ch. 4 C/C++ Developer's Toolkit (CDT) 61 Ch. 5 Eclipse CDT - Digging Deeper 85 Ch. 6 Device Software Development Platform 109 Ch. 7 Plug-in Development Environment (PDE) 139 Ch. 8 Eclipse Advanced Features 169 Ch. 9 Eclipse-Based Development Products 205 Appendix A The Eclipse Public License 235 Appendix B The Embedded Linux Learning Kit 241 Index 243

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