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|In March 2007, Apress will release the new book ”Pro NetBeans IDE 5.5 Enterprise Edition” by Adam Myatt.The book covers many core features of NetBeans with a focus on Enterprise technologies and NetBeans 5.5 tools such as :
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You can purchase the book at Amazon.com.
Reviews / Endorsements
A. Harrison, “Thomas Cook Web Developer”
5 STAR Review from Amazon.com :
A very well written book providing practical examples instead of long-winded complex explanations. Being a beginner in Netbeans, I thought this book might have been beyond me, but it caters for the beginners as well as the experts.
I especially liked the inclusion of shortcut keys to help cut down thoughs maindane repetitive tasks. The screen shots helped support the detailed explanations and by the end of the day I was building my own projects and having fun!
I wanted an environment that”s out-of-the-box to do all that server ”stuff” for me so I could just get coding. Netbeans is perfect and with the help of this book, it wasn”t long before I was up and running.
Errata, Corrections, and Updates
None to date.