Course Eclipse Introduction

In the course Eclipse Introduction participants learn how to work with the Eclipse development environment. Eclipse is a widely used IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for application development. Eclipse is often used to develop Java applications, but there are also plugins available for developing PHP and C++ applications.

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  • Certificate
  • Course Eclipse Introduction : Content

    Eclipse Intro

    The Eclipse Introduction course starts with a discussion of the key elements of the Eclipse IDE, Eclipse as a Tools Framework, and the structure of Eclipse projects.

    Perspectives and Views

    The role of views and perspectives in Eclipse is discussed and participants learn how to configure Eclipse for a range of different tasks, such as using a specific Java SDK or Java version or using a specific application server.

    Eclipse Configuration

    The creation of different types of Eclipse projects will be discussed and participants will also learn how to navigate the multitude of settings and configuration options in Eclipse. Attention is also paid to debugging applications in the Eclipse Debug perspective.

    Eclipse Plugins

    Furthermore the extension of Eclipse through the installation of Eclipse Plugins is discussed. The Eclipse Introduction course also covers how to make Eclipse Plugins yourself, what architecture Eclipse Plugins have and what the role of OSGI is.

    JUnit Testing

    Finally the integration with JUnit and the creation of JUnit tests are discussed.

  • Course Eclipse Introduction : Training

    Audience Eclipse Introduction Course

    The course Eclipse Introduction is intended for developers who want to learn how to use the Eclipse IDE for software development.

    Prerequisites Course Eclipse Introduction

    Basic knowledge of and experience with programming is required to participate in the course Eclipse Introduction.

    Realization Training Eclipse Introduction

    The theory is treated on the basis of presentation slides and is interspersed with exercises. Demo's are used to clarify the concepts further. The course material is in English.

    Eclipse Certification

    After successful completion of the course, participants receive an official certificate Eclipse Introduction.

    Course Eclipse Introduction
  • Course Eclipse Introduction : Modules

    Module 1 : Eclipse Intro

    Module 2 : Eclipse IDE

    Module 3 : Eclipse Plugin Architecture

    Eclipse Project Aims
    Eclipse Overview
    Eclipse Origins
    Early History of Eclipse
    Eclipse as Java IDE
    Eclipse as IDE Framework
    Eclipse as Tools Framework
    Top Level Projects
    Eclipse Projects
    Eclipse Open Source Community
    Eclipse Eco System
    Eclipse Foundation
    Workspace Component
    Standard Widget Toolkit
    Workbench Terminology
    Editors and Views
    Debug Component
    Java Development Tools
    Java Perspective
    Java Editor
    Eclipse Java Compiler
    Eclipse Java Debugger
    Eclipse Layering
    Eclipse Plugin Architecture
    Eclipse Plugins
    Plugin Manifest
    Eclipse Plugin Architecture
    Platform Architecture
    Plugin Activation
    Plugin Fragments
    Plugin Install
    Eclipse and OSGI

    Module 4 : Eclipse JUnit

    Test Driven Development
    Unit Testing
    What is and why JUnit?
    JUnit Features
    JUnit Based Test Code
    JUnit mechanics
    Simple Test
    Simple Testcase
    Assert Statements
    Test Suites
    Test Runner
    JUnit classes
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