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The Eclipse Series


Erich Gamma Lee Nackman John Wiegand

Eclipse is a universal tool platform, an open extensible integrated development environment (IDE) for anything and nothing in particular. Eclipse represents one of the most exciting initiatives hatched from the world of application development in a long time, and it has the considerable support of the leading companies and organizations in the technology sector. Eclipse is gaining widespread acceptance in both the commercial and academic arenas.

The Eclipse Series from Addison-Wesley is the definitive series of books dedicated to the Eclipse platform. Books in the series promise to bring you the key technical information you need to analyze Eclipse, high-quality insight into this powerful technology, and the practical advice you need to build tools to support this evolutionary Open Source platform. Leading experts Erich Gamma, Lee Nackman, and John Wiegand are the series editors.

Titles in the Eclipse Series

John Arthorne and Chris Laffra
Official Eclipse 3.0 FAQs

Frank Budinsky, David Steinberg, Ed Merks, Ray Ellersick, and Timothy J.Grose
Eclipse Modeling Framework

David Carlson
Eclipse Distilled

Eric Clayberg and Dan Rubel
Eclipse:Building Commercial-Quality Plug-ins, Second Edition

Adrian Colyer, Andy Clement, George Harley, and Matthew Webster
Eclipse AspectJ:Aspect-Oriented Programming with AspectJ and the Eclipse AspectJ Development Tools

Erich Gamma and Kent Beck
Contributing to Eclipse:Principles, Patterns, and Plug-Ins

Jeff McAffer and Jean-Michel Lemieux
Eclipse Rich Client Platform:Designing, Coding, and Packaging Java™ Applications

Steve Northover and Mike Wilson
SWT:The Standard Widget Toolkit, Volume 1

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