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ID: 19132, Charles Calvert's Learn JBuilder

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Charlie Calvert’s Learn JBuilder is an introduction and examination of JBuilder for intermediate-level programmers.
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Charlie Calvert’s Learn JBuilder is an introduction and examination of JBuilder for intermediate-level programmers. The book covers the JBuilder IDE, including an overview of visual development, the editor, and the debugger. The primary goal is to explain the technology in a clear, concise, and readable manner, as well as to give developers the knowledge they need to take advantage of JBuilder’s many tools.

Development of applications, applets, JavaBeans, and databases are all covered in depth. The authors also explain how JBuilder can help developers work with Swing components, layout managers, event handlers, interfaces, and other core features of the Java SDK, and provide significant coverage of integrating open source tools such as CVS, JUnit, and Ant into the JBuilder development cycle.

The book is written with equal consideration to development in Linux and Windows with specific and detailed attention given to the Personal and SE versions of JBuilder.

About the authors:
Charlie Calvert is a former developer relations manager at Borland and the best-selling author of ten books on Borland products. Charlie and Margie Calvert are well known for their interactive multimedia training product for JBuilder.

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