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The book's stated audience is intermediate to advanced level Java programmers, yet 75 percent of the book is an introductory tutorial on how to write Java applications, not how to use JBuilder. The first pages were JBuilder-specific, well written, and they got me up to speed quickly with using the enterprise by: 4.
Creating, Compiling, and Running Java Programs. Creating and Testing Java Applets. JBuilder Online Help. Customizing JBuilder Environment. JBuilder Menu Commands. Debugging in JBuilder. Designing User Interfaces Using JBuilder UI Designer. Generating and Viewing Javadoc in JBuilder.
Packaging and Deploying Java. JBuilder® is one of the most complete and powerful Java IDE’s available with support for the leading commercial and open source Java EE 5 application servers.
JBuilder’s code profiling and performance tuning tools, which include the ability to profile Web applications, enable Java developers to deliver high performing, scalable applications/5(28). This book is very good at introducing the reader to J2EE and EJB concepts.
As an introduction to EJBs I would recommend it. However the book is seriously let down by the fact that it is not written for JBuilder 7!. Okay the theory applies well enough but if you buy the book to learn JBuilder 7 you'll be let s: 9.
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For example, suppose you have five files open at one time, but for a little while you just want to move .JBuilder Libraries By: Charlie Calvert Abstract: One of the core concepts in JBuilder development is the Library file.
If you are working in the IDE and want to get something on the class path for your JBuilder project, the accepted way to do it is with a JBuilder library file.