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NetBeans: The Definitive Guide

 
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From our friends at O'Reilly
A new O'Reilly release, "NetBeans: The Definitive Guide" shows you how to use NetBeans to its fullest, making your Java programming more efficient and productive.
You'll learn the basics of this IDE, use various editor and explorer windows, master advanced features, and work with XML documents as well as CVS repositories, Javadoc trees, and web applications, all within the NetBeans framework. After demonstrating how to use existing features, the book shows you how to develop additional modules for NetBeans.
To order your copy:
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0596002807/electricporkchop
For more information, see:
http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/netbeans/?CMP=EM10280
NetBeans: The Definitive Guide
By Tim Boudreau, Jesse Glick, Simeon Greene, Vaughn Spurlin, Jack J. Woehr
Order Number: 2807
672 pages, $44.95 US $69.95 CA �31.95 UK
[ November 05, 2002: Message edited by: Thomas Paul ]
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