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Build an Eclipse development environment for Perl, Python, and PHP
Eclipse presents a wealth of capabilities for building tools for compiled languages like C and the Java programming language, but provides little support for scripting languages like Perl, Python, and PHP. For these and similar languages, the Eclipse Dynamic Languages Toolkit (DLTK) comes to the rescue. Walk through the process of building a DLTK-based IDE and discover sample code for each step.
27 Oct 2011
Integrate the rich Internet application framework ZK with Informix to build real-world applications
This tutorial presents a real-world example that integrates IBM Informix and ZK, a rich Internet application (RIA) framework. Informix is a flagship IBM RDBMS product, while ZK is a Java-based web application framework supporting Ajax applications. This event-driven framework enables creation of rich user interfaces with minimal knowledge and use of JavaScript. ZK's unique server-centric approach enables synchronization of components and events across the client and server via the core engine.
Also available in: Portuguese  
18 Aug 2011
Best practices for developing Eclipse plugins
This tutorial highlights best practices when marking information to resources using markers, and then introduces annotations and decorators that you use to highlight markers within the workbench. By extending extension points, you can reuse and adapt the built-in functions in Eclipse and perform advanced resource marking, such as moving a text marker when editing text. We discuss methods that take advantage of the plugin model, which allows for an efficient, high performance, and integrated look and feel plugin.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese   Vietnamese  
16 Aug 2011
Reuse existing C code with the Android NDK
The Android Software Developer Kit (SDK) used by the majority of Android application developers requires the use of the Java programming language; however there is a large body of C language code available on the Internet that may be leveraged by Android developers. The Android Native Developer Kit (NDK) permits an Android developer to re-use existing C source code within an Android application. In this tutorial you will create an image processing application in Java that uses C code to perform basic image processing operations.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese   Vietnamese   Portuguese  
12 Apr 2011
Introduction to Android development Using Eclipse and Android widgets
This tutorial is intended for anyone interested in beginning Android development on Eclipse using the Android development tools plug-in. It offers insight into the salient features of an Android app, along with a brief explanation of its basic components. The Android process is introduced for developing rich UIs for the apps, as widgets. Finally, it showcases how easy it is to test the developed app by deploying it on an Android device simulator included in the SDK.
Also available in: Japanese   Vietnamese   Portuguese  
16 Nov 2010
Create BlackBerry applications with open source tools, Part 2: Building an RSS reader
In the same way that open source has revolutionized the software development marketplace, the proliferation of alternative news sources has shaken up the traditional news-source monopolies. Today, you can get free news from various Internet sources and from the Internet outlets of the mainstream media. Trekking from one Web site to another to read news stories is possible, but tedious. And what about updates to news stories of interest? Wouldn't it be better if the news of interest is aggregated for your convenience? You can do it with an RSS reader for BlackBerry. Here in Part 2 of this "Create BlackBerry applications with open source tools" series, explore the RSS data-distribution format by creating a BlackBerry RSS reader suitable for taking news wherever you and your BlackBerry go.
Also available in: Spanish  
17 Feb 2009
Deploying an Eclipse-based application with Java Web Start
Learn how to build a small, bare-bones application built on the Eclipse Framework and deploy it through Java Web Start (JWS) -- a technology you can use to deploy Java applications easily over standard Internet sites, enabling easy upgrades and distribution.
Also available in: Portuguese  
03 Feb 2009
Create stand-alone web services applications with Eclipse and Java SE 6, Part 1: The web service server application
Use the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) 6 to create a stand-alone web services application that can be run from the console. In this tutorial, the first in a series, start by getting familiar with the Eclipse IDE. Configure the environment; create projects, packages, and classes; then run the application from the command line.
Also available in: Vietnamese  
13 Nov 2008
Getting started with Eclipse code templates
This tutorial covers the basic use of Eclipse code templates. It takes a broad approach to expose the key concepts and skills that apply to templates regardless of the particular plug-in they're associated with. You will learn about the benefits of templates, how to create and edit them, and how to use them within the Eclipse IDE to increase your productivity.
Also available in: Vietnamese   Portuguese  
07 Oct 2008
Using Eclipse Ganymede to develop for the desktop, Web and mobile devices, Part 1: Developing for the Rich Client Platform, the Ganymede way
The Ganymede release of the Eclipse IDE includes 24 separate projects, covering a wide range of technologies. Many of these projects are mature, and this release provides incremental improvements to those. But Ganymede also includes a number of new projects that introduce new technologies to the Eclipse platform. In this three-part "Using Eclipse Ganymede to develop for the desktop, Web and mobile devices" tutorial series, we will cover the following new Ganymede features: RCP, RAP, and eRCP, which allow you to develop software for the desktop, Web, and mobile platforms, respectively, with one common code base; Subversion for version control; and p2 for update and installation. Here in Part 1, we will use the mature Rich Client Platform (RCP) to develop an application for the desktop using Subversion for source control, and we will package and distribute the application using p2.
Also available in: Vietnamese   Portuguese  
02 Sep 2008
Create BlackBerry applications with open source tools, Part 1: Laying the groundwork
There is perhaps no bigger market-transformational technology than the cell phone. And within that classification of devices, perhaps none more recognizable than the BlackBerry from Research In Motion (RIM). Most people think it is just for business e-mail, but there is untapped potential in that addictive device. Despite being a popular platform, third-party applications are still needed for the BlackBerry platform. There is no better way to bring those applications to fruition than to enable the help from the open source community. Follow along as this tutorial lays the groundwork for an open source data-collection application, upon which an accessible and easy-to-use data-collection service is built.
Also available in: Portuguese   Spanish  
19 Aug 2008
Use Ext, Aptana, and AIR to build desktop applications
While Rich Internet Applications and Web 2.0 have been all the rage, the latest wave of emerging technologies are focusing on not only giving Web applications a desktop-like feel but actually bringing them to the desktop. The Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) has led the way, allowing Web application developers to leverage their existing knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Flash, and Flex to build powerful desktop applications. In this tutorial, you will use the open source Aptana Studio IDE, the Adobe AIR plug-in for Aptana, and the open-source JavaScript framework Ext.
Also available in: Portuguese  
22 Jul 2008
Build Web services with PHP in Eclipse
Learn how to build Web services in PHP using the PHP Development Tools (PDT) plug-in in Eclipse in three easy steps. First, become familiar with the PDT project, and learn how to create and deploy useful PHP projects. Second, learn the philosophy behind contract-first development. Finally, get an informative overview of the basic parts that make up a Web Services Description Language (WSDL) file.
01 Jul 2008
Debugging PHP using Eclipse and PDT
The PHP Development Tools (PDT) plug-in, when installed with Eclipse Europa, gives you that ability to quickly write and debug PHP scripts and pages. PDT supports two debugging tools: XDebug and the Zend Debugger. Learn how to configure PDT for debugging PHP scripts and discover which perspectives you use when taking closer looks at your scripts.
17 Jun 2008
Build software with Gant
Gant is a highly versatile build framework that leverages both Groovy and Apache Ant to let you implement programmatic logic while using all of Ant's capabilities. In this tutorial, Andy Glover guides you step-by-step through Gant's fundamental concepts. You'll learn how to define behavior in your build through Gant's flexible domain-specific language, how to reuse Ant features, and how to define functions that make your builds more efficient and even proactive.
Also available in: Chinese  
27 May 2008
Build Web services with PHP in Eclipse
Learn how to build Web services in PHP using the PHP Development Tools plug-in in Eclipse Europa. Become familiar with the PDT project, and learn how to create and deploy useful PHP projects, learn about the philosophy behind contract-first development, and understand the basic parts that make up a Web Services Description Language (WSDL) file.
Also available in: Portuguese  
13 May 2008
Integrate external tools and builders in Eclipse
With launch configurations in Eclipse Europa, you can run external programs from within the development environment and save settings for how you call an external program. Learn how to build and use these launch configurations, including the types of automatic parameters available.
06 May 2008
Develop Android applications with Eclipse
Android is Google's oft-discussed mobile, wireless, computer, and communications platform. You can take advantage of the powerful Eclipse environment to build Android applications using the Android Eclipse plug-in. This tutorial introduces Android application development with the Eclipse plug-in, otherwise known as Android Development Tools. The tutorial provides an introduction to Android development with a quick introduction to the platform, a tour of Android Development Tools, and includes the construction of two example applications.
Also available in: Portuguese   Spanish  
26 Feb 2008
Execute business processes with Eclipse
Everyone -- from consultants and analysts to architects and engineers -- has ideas. But implementing a new idea can be challenging, requiring knowledge of an unfamiliar development language or hiring costly developers. What if there was a way to create an executable business process using a graphical editor that can ultimately be executed on an appropriate engine? Well, there is. Using the Eclipse STP BPMN Modeler, you can graphically create a business model represented in XML that can be converted to an executable using Eclipse ATL that will ultimately deploy on Apache ODE.
29 Jan 2008
Scripting Second Life with Rational Application Developer
The virtual world of Second Life is special in that much of it is made up of content created (and owned) by users. Not only can you create lush 3-D objects (and sell them for the equivalent of real money!), but you can also create both simple and complex scripts to control their behavior and appearance. This tutorial explains the basics (and not so basics) behind Second Life scripts and shows you how to ease development by using Rational Application Developer as you build a small game users can carry around and play.
Also available in: Chinese  
05 Jun 2007
Create a commercial-quality Eclipse IDE, Part 3: Fine-tune the UI
This tutorial -- the final installment in this "Create a commercial-quality Eclipse IDE" tutorial series about integrated development environment (IDE) design -- shows how to fine-tune the UI of your IDE. It shows how to use additional elements in Eclipse to enhance your editor as well as demonstrates the differences between commercial-quality and amateur IDEs.
24 Oct 2006
Create a commercial-quality Eclipse IDE, Part 2: The user interface
This tutorial -- second in this "Create a commercial-quality Eclipse IDE" series -- shows how to create the UI of the IDE. It examines the editor user interface framework that Eclipse offers, as well as the SourceViewerConfiguration class and all the various classes related to it, used to implement and configure your IDE's UI.
17 Oct 2006
Create a commercial-quality Eclipse IDE, Part 1: The core
This "Create a commercial-quality Eclipse IDE" series examines how to create professional, commercial-quality IDEs that plug into Eclipse. In this tutorial, learn how to create the core of the IDE.
Also available in: Portuguese  
05 Sep 2006
Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform, Part 3: Test applications
In this installment of the "Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform" tutorial series, learn how to use Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) testing features to measure the response time of your Web application. Then, discover how to create and manage improved JUnit tests and create computer-directed manual testing.
22 Aug 2006
Developing your first Eclipse RCP application
The objective of the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) is to enable Eclipse to be used in a wide range of end-user applications that are not integrated development environments (IDEs). With the release of Eclipse V3.1, it is easy to create RCP applications. This tutorial will guide you step by step in building your very own RCP application.
Also available in: Portuguese  
27 Jun 2006
Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform, Part 2: Monitor applications
In this "Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform" tutorial series, learn how to use the capabilities of the Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) to convert application log files into a structured format. Then, using TPTP and other specialized tools designed to process and analyze log files, you can quickly discern usage patterns, performance profiles, and errors.
25 Apr 2006
Make Ant easy with Eclipse
Eclipse can make working with Apache Ant easier. Discover the Ant integration features in the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE), and learn how to write, build, and debug code in Eclipse through the Ant editor.
Also available in: Portuguese  
18 Apr 2006
Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform, Part 1: Test, profile, and monitor applications
Learn how to use the Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) to profile a Java application, and discover how to quantify memory usage, identify memory leaks, and isolate performance bottlenecks.
14 Feb 2006
Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform, Part 1: Test, profile, and monitor applications
Learn how to use the Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) to profile a Java application, and discover how to quantify memory usage, identify memory leaks, and isolate performance bottlenecks.
Also available in: Portuguese  
14 Feb 2006
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