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by Neal Ford,Talal Azzouka,Casey Williams


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JBuilder 3 Unleashed is designed to help intermediate to advanced level Java developers obtain the information and techniques needed to create mission critical JBuilder applications. The book picks up where most JBuilder books leave off and provides the information needed by developers to create robust and maintainable JBuilder Client/Server and multi-tier applications.

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A reference for intermediate to advanced level Java developers helps them obtain the information and techniques needed to create mission critical JBuilder applications. (Intermediate-Advanced).
Vut
...but master of none. I have experienced great success with the "Unleashed" series and when I saw this book was available, I purchased it without a second thought. What I hoped for was a book that really taught me the hidden details of the JBuilder developer environment. Instead, what I got was a book that tries to cover the entire gamut of java development within the JBuilder scope. The first section titled "Design and Team Development Strategies" contains 4 chapters of information on topics such as O-O development and coding standards that have been treated far more effectively in other publications such as Eckel's invaluable "Thinking In Java". The remainder of the book can be better described as Java development, with a tilt towards the JBuilder method of doing it.
You get a taste of "what could be" in pages 22-38 of chapter 1. In that text the authors document several very useful JBuilder IDE tricks and tips the authors use when developing applications. That's what I need! Unfortunately, they go no further exploring this desperately necessary area. I don't want 17 pages of IDE coverage, I want several chapters.
Fortunately, this book has saved me a few hours of work already, so it was worth the money in that respect. Unfortunately it was of little help to me in the area I need help most; the IDE.
Marige
What an awesome book! The first part goes into too much detail about software engineering practices, but it's probably good advice for most developers. The real meat of the book starts about 100 pages in and boy does it cover a lot of material! There are a bunch of things that I just couldn't figure out in JBuilder, even with the (lame) documentation. This book has already saved me tons of time. The chapter on dataset resolution alone is worth the cost of the book. I wish they had gone into a little more depth on some of the advanced topics (like EJB and CORBA), but these are minor points. I would absolutely recommend this book to any serious JBuilder developer. This book plus the Core Java books are all you'll ever need.
Dandr
If you buy this book expecting a hand holding tutorial on Java forget it. An Unleashed book assumes existing knowledge and moves to a next level. JBuilder 3 is dated but with the paucity of Jbuilder books it's still a reasonable buy. Contrary to earlier reviews that say it doesn't cover JBuilder; of course it does.
Unfortunately it takes 143 pages before it gets on the JBuilder track. After a 28 page introduction to the JBuilder environment, the book deviates into valuable but out of order material on Software Life Cycle Models, Requirements Gathering, Object Oriented Analysis and Design, Testing Methods, Version control and coding standards.
Part III is where you really get into the JBuilder/Java meat. The remaining chapters 9 to 41 cover a broad range of topics
including OOP in Jave, Advanced OOP, Layout Managers, Events, beans, Exceptions, debugging, I/O, Database programming, JNI, etc, etc. Some like JNI are quite brief though. However, where it applies the topics are JBuilder centric.
Finally, Java programming is as much a philosophy as a technology. It very much helps to learn the way of Java programming before moving to a visual development tool. I strongly recommend you read a basic Java book such as Teach Yourself Java in 21 Days and an in depth book such as Thinking in Java before tackling the book reviewed herein. Unfortunately the book is much in need of updating with JBuilder 6 just released.
Llanonte
I am a software engineer who is killed in C and Delphi4 and some knowledge of C++. I want to jump in onto Java really quick. I Just bought the book and haven't read very far. The first three chapters just doesn't touch the real programming staff at all. If it's not a beginner's book, why does it explain so much about like why Java is a good language for OOP? And I don't find the Part II "Design and team development strategies" useful at all.
btw, which Java book is good at basic Java Language and java OOP?
Malarad
This is my feeling as I reading through the book. The paragraphs are so redundant. I am working on a Java Servlet projcet so I searched the "Database" and "Servlet" chapters for useful information. I think the "Jbuilder Developers Guide"'s database chapter is even better that the one in this book. As far as servlet is concerned, you can easily find articles with better database examples on the web. For basic java lauguage, I have to get a "Core Java 2"
Uickabrod
An excellent book! The authors have been able to not only cover the intricacies of JBuilder's features, but also the topics of software design and testing.
This is not a beginner's book. You need to have a decent foundation of Java. Most of the examples start at a point where some foreknowledge of the subject is required. I liked this method of examples, it doesn't bog you down with the basics and gets to the meat of the topic. This saved time by not having to filter the relevant information out of the subject matter. If one needs to return to the basics, there is plenty of places to acquire this information.
I was struggling with JBuilder's QueryResolver. With the information provided in this book I was able to complete my project. I'm looking forward to tackling the topics of applets and multitier environments.
BlackBerry
A computer book can either be a re-hash of the owner's manual, or it can you farther in one direction. This book did give me more insights into JBuilder, but it also wanders off into project management for several chapters. To learn about Java I prefer "Core Java 2". "Unleashed" is very readable and clear.
I bought this book because I wanted to learn about JBuilder 3, but this book does not touch on what it is supposed to do - JBuilder. The first few chapters of this book are junks. The rest of the book is about Java but not JBuilder. If you want to learn Java there are many books better than this one; and if you want to learn JBuilder this book is completely useless. The title is deceptive and I returned the book.
JBuilder 3 Unleashed ebook
Author:
Neal Ford,Talal Azzouka,Casey Williams
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Programming
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Sams (August 1, 1999)
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1072 pages
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4.1
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