Borland JBuilder Developer's Guide Paperback – Dec 18 2002
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From the Back Cover
JBuilder Developer's Guide provides comprehensive coverage of JBuilder from the practitioner's viewpoint. The authors develop a consolidated application throughout the chapters, allowing conceptual cohesion and illustrating the use of JBuilder to build 'real-world' applications. The examples can be compiled and run under JBuilder Personal edition, a free edition of JBuilder. JBuilder Developer's Guide is not version specific but explains the latest JBuilder 6, 7, and 8 features such as enterprise J2EE application development, CORBA, SOAP, XML tools, Enterprise JavaBeans, JavaServer Pages/Servlets, and JavaBeans technology. JBuilder repeatedly wins "developer's choice" awards as the best visual tool for developing Java applications.
About the Author
Saleem Siddiqui is a technical architect and trainer with Dunn Solutions Group. He is also a Sun Certified Developer and a Borland Certified JBuilder Instructor. At Dunn, he provides consulting services and business application development.
Michael Landy is Director of Business Applications for Dunn Solutions Group directing the strategic solutions for clients.
Jeff Swisher is a technical manager for the Dunn Solutions Group business applications. He works as a programmer, trainer, architect, and instructional designer. He is a Sun Certified Java Developer and a Borland Certified Instructor in JBuilder.
Top Customer Reviews
I also found the section on JBuilder's data-aware components to be severely lacking. JBuilder obviously has a robust toolset, and a quick explanation of two of the provided components was inadequate. The inconsistency in the "In Practice" sections was also disturbing. A product of several authors, but it would have been too easy to notice and solve this problem to be forgiven.
All that said, the book is well written and organized, hence the 3 star rating. But beware of the stated intended audience and book content before you buy.
I then looked at the code on the CD and found that it was different from the code the book guides the user to generate.
What a waste of time and money!
Most recent customer reviews
I was able to use a couple of the pieces of the code in the project I was working on - thanks it saved me lots of time.Published on March 27 2003
I was able to use many of the design guidelines in the EJB chapters. I found them useful out-of-the-box. The sample code showed me how to implement it. Read morePublished on March 24 2003
This is the best book for Jbuilder that U can find in the market.
It covers all aspects of Jbuilder with real world applications.
This book gives detailed simple documentations for what any developer of JBuilder might need to deveop complex applications. Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2003 by Salwa Rashad
If you are switching from another IDE to JBuilder, this will bring you upto speed in no time. It is a good reference book and your investment will not be wasted.Published on Jan. 8 2003 by Nice guy
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