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Java 7

 
Rob Hunter
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I know this is a beginner's book but do you happen to touch on tools and software used for making creating Java applications simplier (i.e. Eclipse, NetBeans, ANT, etc..,)? Thanks.
 
John Jai
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While we wait for the author to reply, I found below from the sample chapters...

Appendix D, “NetBeans” and Appendix E, “Eclipse” provide brief
tutorials on NetBeans and Eclipse, respectively.


Sample chapters -> http://books.brainysoftware.com/download/java7SampleChapters.pdf
 
Hardikkumar N Patel
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Till Date , Only NetBeans supports JDK 7 .For that you need to install latest version of NetBeans IDE 7.0 . Please refer below Link for NetBeans and JDK 7 Configuration.

http://netbeans.org/kb/docs/java/javase-jdk7.html
 
John Jai
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Hardikkumar N Patel wrote:Till Date , Only NetBeans supports JDK 7 .


Hi Hardi.... welcome to the Ranch.. Does that mean you can't develop Java 7 in Eclipse? Or you meant to say some thing else?
 
Hardikkumar N Patel
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Till Date JDK 7 is supported in NetBeans 7.0 Only .Please refer below link for JDK 7 + NetBeans configuration.

http://netbeans.org/kb/docs/java/javase-jdk7.html

 
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John Jai wrote:
Hardikkumar N Patel wrote:Till Date , Only NetBeans supports JDK 7 .


Hi Hardi.... welcome to the Ranch.. Does that mean you can't develop Java 7 in Eclipse? Or you meant to say some thing else?

Starting from Eclipse Indigo SR1, Eclipse has Java 7 support. Indigo itself didn't yet.
 
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