NetBeans IDE 7 Cookbook: Over 70 Highly Focused Practical Recipes to Maximize Your Output With Netbeans (英語) ペーパーバック – 2011/5/25
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Over 70 highly focused practical recipes to maximize your output with NetBeans
- Covers the full spectrum of features offered by the NetBeans IDE
- Discover ready-to-implement solutions for developing desktop and web applications
- Learn how to deploy, debug, and test your software using NetBeans IDE
- Another title in Packt's Cookbook series giving clear, real-world solutions to common practical problems
Java IDEs have grown bigger and more complicated with time. Some development environments even require the user to spend countless hours searching for more software to bundle with the IDE just to start working. NetBeans abstracts much of the work needed to configure the environment and makes it convenient for Java developers to start coding straight away. With this book in hand you will tap into the endless possibilities of developing modern desktop and web applications in Java.
NetBeans IDE 7 Cookbook is perfect for you if you are ready to take the next step from the standard tutorials and move into the practical world. It will show you all the features of the NetBeans IDE used by Java developers. It goes to great lengths in explaining different ways of achieving a desired goal and uncovering features present in NetBeans that are often overlooked or forgotten.
The NetBeans IDE 7 Cookbook will appeal to Java programmers at all levels who are ready to go beyond just tutorials.
A practical solution reference with a series of to-the-point recipes that will help Java developers with all kinds of NetBeans development tasks
What you will learn from this book
- Get to grips with quick development patterns using NetBeans Platform
- Step up your mobile development environment using NetBeans
- Refactor faster and better
- Work with a variety of web frameworks via NetBeans
- Create and integrate different projects and technologies
- Link up various servers and databases with NetBeans
- Master the art of testing using NetBeans
- Version-control your systems from the comfort of your IDE
With this book you will learn in a step-by-step manner and build solutions from the ground up using NetBeans. Each recipe is well illustrated and the code contained in the examples is very engaging and will allow developers to build functional and fun software while learning how the IDE can help them with their tasks.
Who this book is written for
Java developers of all levels who use NetBeans will be able to learn from and implement the thorough and well-explained solutions given in this Cookbook. If you want an easy reference on your desk to solve most of your day-to-day development queries with NetBeans, this book is for you.
Rhawi Dantas is a Brazilian Software Engineer, more specifically from Recife, with severeal years of experience in the Java platform. He has mainly focused on Web/Server developmen and hsa contributed to projects ranging from mobile/server integration, different customization of IDEs and development of CRMs. He currently works at Paf.com with Java Web development.
He graduated as Bachelor in Information Systems and at that time he had the opportunity to work as a tutor for the University with Object Oriented Programming subject. Besides fulltime work he is on his way with his Masters in Software Systems at the Tampere University of Technology.
He is also certified as SCJP, SCWCD, and SCSNI.
If you have an earlier version this book appears to be useful. If you have a more recent version you might want to avoid frustration by looking elsewhere. Since the book is of only very limited use to me I felt forced to give it only 2 stars. It is OK for what is correct but there is too much that is no longer valid for me to say that I liked it.
I would have given it more stars if the author and the publisher had kept the book up to date.
Now that I have gotten past the title, I should be frank and say that the book is targeted for new NetBeans users. If you have been using NetBeans for more than a year, this book is not for you. Advanced NetBeans users will likely find very little information in the book for which they are not currently aware.
If you are a new NetBeans user, the book provides a good tutorial on the features in NetBeans. The "recipes" are very topical though. The NetBeans project has a number of great tutorials developed from members of the NetBeans team, and community contributors. A majority of these tutorials cover more details than are in the book. This is not to say that the book is bad, or poor, but does not cover the topics in as great details as some of the more targeted tutorials available.
I would give the book 3/5 stars for new NetBeans users, and 2/5 stars for advanced users. I gave the book a dual rating since I believe that there is valuable information for new NetBeans users, but it is less valuable for advanced users.
I have more details on my blog. [...]