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2 Developing Java Applications

by Valentina Birsan, Tim DeBoer, Gary Flood, Jane Fung, James Hunter, Christina Lau, Yen Lu, Ellen McKay, Dr. Gili Mendel, Peter Walker, Joe Winchester, Colin Yu
2 Developing Java Applications Rational Application Developer is based on the open- source Eclipse development platform. The Eclipse platform has a pluggable design: Plug- ins can be added to the platform to add new functionalities. The Eclipse platform itself comes with a Java IDE ( Integrated Development Environment) for Java application develop-ment. It provides some common tools and features for Java developers. To learn more about the Eclipse platform, visit http:// www. eclipse. org. When you first start Rational Application Developer, you will be asked to select a workspace location, as shown in Figure 2- 1. A workspace can be any directory location where your work will be stored. If you are working on multiple projects at the same time, consider using different workspaces for each project, to ensure a clear code separation. 11 Figure 2- 1: The dialog box for selecting a workspace location.

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2 Developing Java Applications Rational Application Developer is based on the open- source Eclipse development platform. The Eclipse platform has a pluggable design: Plug- ins can be added to the platform to add new functionalities. The Eclipse platform itself comes with a Java IDE ( Integrated Development Environment) for Java application develop-ment. It provides some common tools and features for Java developers. To learn more about the Eclipse platform, visit http:// www. eclipse. org. When you first start Rational Application Developer, you will be asked to select a workspace location, as shown in Figure 2- 1. A workspace can be any directory location where your work will be stored. If you are working on multiple projects at the same time, consider using different workspaces for each project, to ensure a clear code separation. 11 Figure 2- 1: The dialog box for selecting a workspace location.
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