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Hi there, can anyone recommend any good books on JBuilder?
Also, which version of JBuilder should a beginner like myself start off with - I want to start developing a web site using JSP's and JDBC etc
Thanks in advance
 
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I would recomend JBuilder 7 for your compiler. Jbuilder makes it really easy to create code and maintain it. This forum is on IDE's. I have several IDE's that I have included with my project. I really do not consider the compiler that I use as my IDE.
 
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I forgot to make my book recomendation. I think that you should try; "Learn Java with
JBuilder 6". I am trying to win the book my self. Other than that I would recommend the Java cook book by Oriely. I would just make sure that the book covers jdk1.4 features rather than studying older JDK's.
 
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I have to buy used copies of my IDE software.
I get them from ebay.
I'm looking for a good JBuilder 5 book
Tim
 
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Would you believe that some bookstores are still selling Books on JBuilder 2.....Why would anyone ever want to by that book.....
 
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You can also do a search of JBuilder books and find listings for sites that have free .pdf downloads. I have found many of them on older versions of various software that I run.

HTH
 
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Last time I looked, it seemed that there was a dire shortage of any useful texts about JBuilder (present contest book excluded of course). This is particularly true if you are interested in more advanced information regarding using that product.
 
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