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1 ©2004 BLACKBOARD, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Java Integrated Development Environments Heather Natour Senior Lead Engineer Blackboard Inc. July 18 th 10:15am

2 Road Map » Introduction » IDEs » Eclipse » Demo » Wrapup

3 Whats an IDE? » What does IDE stand for? » Integrated Development Environment

4 Why Would I Want to Use One? » IDEs generally… » Save you time » Allow you to be more efficient » Remember class/member/package names for you » Present your classes in a meaningful and organized way » Allow you to debug code » Automate Repetitive Tasks » Make coding FUN!

5 What IDEs are out there? » There are number of commercial and non- commercial IDEs available today » Microsoft.NET Visual Studio » JBuilder » Sun ONE Studio » XCode (Apple) » Emacs » Eclipse

6 The Eclipse Project » The Eclipse Project… » …is an open source software development project dedicated to providing a robust, full-featured, commercial-quality, industry platform for the development of highly integrated tools. » Initially formed in November of 2001 from Industry Leaders » February 2, 2004: Eclipse reorgd into an not-for-profit CorporationAll technology will remain openly available and royalty-free

7 Eclipse Platform » Available At: » » Is Cross Platform… » Windows » Linux » OS X (Carbon) » Solaris » AIX » HP-UX » Java source

8 Eclipse Platform » Composed of 3 subprojects » Platform » JDT (Java Development Tools) » PDE (Plug in Development Environment) Platform JDTPDE

9 Eclipse Platform » Provides the core frameworks and services » Ant Integration » CVS » Generic Debug Framework » Text Editor Framework » UI – Overall Platform L&F » Others…

10 PDE » Plug-In Development environment » Allows 3 rd party developers to develop extensions to the Eclipse IDE » For example: » Integration with other tools (Perforce, Visual Source Safe, Rational) » Ease of Development (Struts, JSF, Swing, UML, EJBs) » Many others (RSS readers, other language editors, Google Search)

11 Java Development Tools » JDTs: » Add a full-featured Java IDE to the Eclipse Platform » Build Functionality » Index-based infrastructure that allows for searching, code assist, and refactoring » Several UI Features, including, » Package View » Type Hierarchy View » Java Outline View » Wizards for Creating Java Elements » Java Editor

12 Java Editor in Eclipse » A full featured Editor integrated into the Eclipse Plaform, providing: » Keyword highlighting » Syntax highlighting » Code Assist » Margin annotations for errors, break points, or search matches » Outliner that updates as you code » API help that shows information from the Javadoc » Import assistance that will create import declarations for you » Code formatting to allow for consistent and clean code » Refactoring Support » Debugger (more on this…)

13 Debugger » The debugger should be a developers favorite part of an IDE! » The Eclipse Debugger: » Can launch a JVM in Run or Debug mode » Attach to a running JVM » Run expressions on the fly » Has scrapbook pages for interactive code snippet evaluation » Dynamic Class Reloading (where supported by the JVM)

14 What does it look like? » It all depends on your Perspective… » Different Perspectives provide developers with different sets of Views » Views support the editors and provide the developers with ways to navigate through the projects » Eclipse comes pre-built with several perspectives… » Resource » Java » Java Browsing » Debug » CVS » Plug-In Dev » Team Synchronizing » Lets take a look at the Workbench from the Java perspective…

15 Java Perspective

16 Java Editor Tabbed Interface Keyword Highlighting Code Assist Errors/ Suggestions

17 Java Perspective

18 Outline Pane Members at a glance

19 Java Perspective

20 Explorer Views Navigate Projects

21 Java Perspective

22 Status Views View Results/Errors/ Console

23 Java Browsing…

24 ©2004 BLACKBOARD, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Thank You!


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