Eclipse - the open source and most popular Java IDE - integrates best-of-breed tools such as JUnit and Ant. As a community version of IBM's Websphere Studio Application Developer (WDAD), Eclipse offers developers a wonderful opportunity to work in and get acquainted with this technology. It increases productivity and makes code building, testing, debugging, and deploying easier and more streamlined. The plug-in architecture of Eclipse has spawned a large number of Eclipse related sub-projects. Withalready hundreds of thousands of users worldwide, Eclipse will be the development platform of choice for a large proportion of the Java community. The book is organised in 3 Parts. In the first part, readers are introduced to the Eclipse Java IDE and shown how projects are laid out and the various facilities to help write Java code. To illustrate this a lip synchronization for the Java FreeTTS speech synthesis package is implemented. In Part 2, SWT and JFace (Eclipse's...

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