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that can be used with WTP Although WTP contains a core set of useful tools, it is also a platform intended to be built on by others After you master WTP, you may find that your tool needs are not fully satisfied Perhaps you want to develop with Struts, Hibernate, or Spring Or you may want to use a different Web development language, such as PHP, Python, or Ruby, in conjunction with Java Fortunately, there are many products available to round out your Web development IDE We end the book with a preview of functions we expect to be added to WTP in future releases WTP is currently hosting subprojects for JavaServer Faces (JSF), Java Persistence Architecture (Dali), and AJAX (ATF) In addition, WTP is planning tighter integration with other Eclipse projects, as well as support for Java EE 5 Of course, the future of WTP largely depends on you By becoming an active user and contributor, you will influence the continuing support and evolution of WTP
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This book is primarily written for Java Web application developers We assume that you have a working knowledge of Java programming and some experience using Eclipse There are many excellent books available that cover both topics Some experience in Java Web application development is also desirable We have made an attempt to introduce the subject of Java Web application development in addition to describing the tools available in WTP Although this book deals with WTP, it will also be of use to users of products built on WTP And remember, one of the best ways you can contribute to WTP is by reporting bugs If you hit a bug while using WTP, please report it to the Eclipse Bugzilla system at
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This book also includes material for Eclipse plug-in developers who want to extend WTP Experience in plug-in development is assumed Several available books cover the topic of Eclipse plug-in development for those who need some background information Although we expect commercial and Open Source projects to extend WTP, we also expect individuals to do so If you develop a cool plug-in that fits within the scope of the WTP charter, please consider contributing it to WTP To do so, start by sending a note to the WTP developers mailing list at
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All of the example code used throughout this book can be downloaded from there The site will also provide an errata list, and other news related to the book The following Eclipse components are required to run the examples in this book:
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Eclipse Software Development Kit (SDK), Version 32 Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF), Version 22 Graphical Editing Framework (GEF), Version 32 Java Edit Model (JEM), Version 12 Web Tools Platform (WTP), Version 15
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We use a sans serif font for user interface elements such as menu items, buttons, and labels We use a monospace font for programmatic elements such as file names, source code listings, URLs, package names, and XML content Examples of these conventions are listed below
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buttons, eg, Submit class names, eg, LoginServlet code, eg, outprintln("Hello, world"); email addresses, eg, <feedback@eclipsewtporg> file names, eg, webxml labels, eg, Servers menu items, eg, File New Project method names, eg, getParameter() URLs, eg, http://eclipseorg
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Acknowledgments
We d like to begin by thanking the people who directly contributed to the preparation of this book Our technical reviewers, Simon Archer, John Arthorne, Michael Elder, Jane Fung, Daniel Holt, and Kimberley Peter, gave us highly valuable, in-depth comments that greatly improved the contents of this book Mike Milinkovich graciously provided us with an inspiring Foreword We received authoritative feedback on the accuracy of the project and product descriptions contained in Chaper 16, Other Web Tools Based on Eclipse, from Jens Eckels, Matthew Gammie, Axel Kramer, Jochen Krause, Kyle Shank, Greg Stachnick, and Fabio Zadrozny And, of course, Greg Doench and Michelle Housely, our wonderful editors at Addison-Wesley, were a continuous source of support and encouragement We are grateful to you all We would also like to acknowledge our fellow members of the WTP development project, since their contributions gave us something well worth writing about WTP was created as the result of a three-way collaboration between IBM, ObjectWeb, and the Eclipse Foundation From IBM, we d like to thank the executive team of Lee Nackman, Hayden Lindsey, and Karen Hunt for approving the contribution of part of Rational Application Developer V60 and supporting its ongoing development in WTP Also at IBM, we d like to thank Dave Thomson, John Wiegand, and Scott Rich for contributing to the initial formulation of the project At ObjectWeb, we d like to thank Christophe Ney for leading the project creation effort Christophe was instrumental in enabling the contribution of Lomboz from eteration, a member of ObjectWeb At Eclipse, we d like to thank Mike Milinkovich for supporting the creation of WTP, and John Wiegand and Bjorn Freeman-Benson for shepherding WTP through the creation process Next, we d like to thank the WTP leadership team Bjorn Freeman-Benson, Christophe Ney, and Tim Wagner co-led the Project Management Committee (PMC); Dominique de Vito, Jochen Krause, Mitch Sonies, Raghu Srinivasan, and