Re: Eclipse Book Help

Mark Space <>
Wed, 13 Feb 2008 19:10:07 GMT
Mario wrote:

I am not sure what you are asking. I know of several books on Java and
creating web applications. The Murach web site has one, but that has
nothing directly to do with Eclipse. Eclipse is just a tool and there are
several others. Which one is best seems to me to be a personal choice.

If you mean do I know of a book or pdf or other written step-by-step
instructions for creating web applications using Eclipse then the answer
is no.

OK. Thanks. I will search Murach site for web applications tutorial.

I don't want to start a flame war, but take a look at NetBeans Wepapp


Is that what you are looking for? Webapps are a special project type in
NetBeans. They're different from regular apps. For example, pressing
the "debug" button automatically launches a webserver and opens the
debugger for that project.

I assume Eclipse must have something similar. "Building wepapps with
tool X" to me doesn't mean "teach me how to make a webapp." It means
"how do I use the features of tool X to build webapps." Maybe someone
who knows Eclipse better can provide some pointers.

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