Written as a concise yet practical guide that details the main features which are usually required by a programmer who makes use of the Eclipse platform, this book covers Eclipse 3.8 in a way that is accessible to the Java novice and expert alike. The reader is guided through a series of hands-on examples that introduce Eclipse and some of its plugins.The primary audience for this book are the Java programmers. This book has been written in a way that it is accessible both to beginners and advanced Java programmers alike. Also, if you are a seasoned Java developer who has been using another IDE and wondering what Eclipse brings to the table, this book will provide you with a hands-on walkthrough of the main IDE features. This book will also be beneficial to any computer science undergraduate or a graduate student who are familiar with Java.... Adds/removes breakpoint in the current line Shift + B Tab Increases/decreases the selected linesa#39; indentation Shift + Tab Ctrl + l Fixes the selected linesa#39; indentation Expands the current selection to enclosing element (selects whole method.
|Title||:||Getting Started with Eclipse Juno|
|Author||:||Rodrigo Fraxino Araujo|
|Publisher||:||Packt Publishing Ltd - 2013-01-01|