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First book to market on the new NetBeans 5.5 Java IDE, based on the relatively new Java EE 5 platform and J2SE 5
NetBeans is the second leading open source Java IDE, second to only Eclipse currently
Focuses on using Netbeans as a professional software development platform
Discusses real life case studies and directly relates the material to topics the reader can quickly understand
Provides step by step coverage of certain topics and doesn’t skip important steps assuming the reader can figure it out
The open source NetBeans Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is a Java IDE project started by Sun, which has gained tremendous market interest and momentum of late, and is closing the gap between itself and the most popular, leading open source Java IDE, Eclipse.
Pro NetBeans aims to publish on the NetBeans Java IDE, a market that is now under-represented in the marketplace, unlike the near saturation of Eclipse books. Specifically, this book aims to be first to market on the new NetBeans 5.5 Java IDE, based on the relatively new Java EE 5 platform and J2SE 5.
The book is intended for Java developers of varying skill who may or may not be familiar with Netbeans IDE or Java IDEs in general. Netbeans IDE is an amazing tool for rapidly developing Java applications.
Content Level »Popular/general
Keywords »Eclipse - Java - Java EE - Refactoring - collaboration - development - modeling - software - testing - web applications - web services