Today I released my new Eclipse IDE 3.7 book for the Kindle device.
This book demonstrates how you can develop Java applications, how you can debug them and how to write JUnit tests for your applications. It also explains how you can work with local Mylyn tasks to organize your work efficiently.
It also includes important Eclipse configuration tips which make programming with Eclipse more effective.
After finishing this book you should feel comfortable with using the Eclipse IDE for standard Java development tasks and you should be equipped to explore Eclipse further.
You find the book in all Amazon stores:
This book summerizes several tutorials I publish on my website. It includes the Eclipse IDE introduction tutorial, the JUnit tutorial, Debugging with Eclipse, my Mylyn Tutorial and my favorite Eclipse shortcuts. The full content of the book is still available online on my website.
I would especially thank Elias Volanakis for his thorough spell checking and feedback on the content.
I also am very grateful to Wayne Beaton for writing the foreword and providing feedback on the content.
In addition I would like to thank the Eclipse Foundation and Ian Skerrett for the permission to use the Eclipse logo and Matthew Nuzum for the permission to use his svg version of the Eclipse logo.
I got many suggestions or corrections from countless readers of my website and I would like to express my deepest gratitude for their contributions.
I have plans to add an EGit chapter over the next months. If you buy this book now you will get the update with EGit for free. I have confirmed twice with the Amazon customer support that if I publish an update to this book that buyers of the book will get notified and that they can download the updated book with EGit for free.
I’m again surprised how much work it is to convert my website content into a book format. I hope you like this book and if you new to Eclipse I hope you enjoy your learning experience.