ISBN 9788181287052,Pro Netbeans Ide 5.5

Pro Netbeans Ide 5.5

Author:

Adam Myatt

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Dreamtech Press

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ISBN 9788181287052
Publisher

Dreamtech Press

Publication Year 2007
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788181287052

ISBN-10 8181287053
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 512 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Computer programming

Pro Net Beans IDE 5.5 Enterprise Edition focuses on using Net Beans IDE as a professional Java EE 5 software development platform. Experienced author Adam Myatt provides a comprehensive guide to mapping out the functionality of Net Beans IDE and its enterprise add-ons: Enterprise Pack and Visual Web Pack. Coverage of such diverse topics as web applications, web services, and UML modeling, along with real-life case studies and clear, topical information, all combine to offer everything you need to get started with the Net Beans IDE 5.5 Enterprise Edition platform. About The Author Adam Myatt currently works as a project leader and systems analyst for GE Global Research, the worldwide R&D headquarters of General Electric located in Niskayuna, New York. Adam is an experienced Java developer holding the Sun Microsystems Certified Java Programmer certification. His work entails leading globally developed Java software and web applications through a rigorous software development lifecycle process. He is an active participant in a local Java users group and is an avid enthusiast of open source software. He has also worked for several area software firms prior to joining General Electric. Adam is a graduate of the computer science department at the State University of New York College at Potsdam. Table Of Contents Part I Creating And Managing Projects Integrated Development Environments Installing and Customizing Net Beans Creating a Java Project Creating a Web Application Project Creating Visual Web Applications: JSF, Ajax,and Data Binding Creating Java Enterprise Projects Creating Web Service Projects: JAX-WS, SOA, and BPEL Creating UML Projects Part II The Net Beans Coding Experience The Source Editor Code Completion and Templates Refactoring Part III Net beans And Professional Software Development Generating and Accessing Javadoc Managing Version Control Managing Compilation and Projects with Ant JUnit Testing Using Code Coverage Tools Working with Net Beans Developer Collaboration Tools Using Net Beans Database Tools

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