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Mastering your Eclipse IDE - Tips, Tricks, Java 8 tooling & More!Noopur Gupta
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The Eclipse IDE provides a lot of powerful features and capabilities. With so much functionality at your disposal, many users don't use the full potential of the IDE. To be most productive, mastering your IDE is as important as mastering your source code.
In this talk, I will unleash many invaluable tips and tricks that will allow you to better use the Eclipse IDE and make you more productive in your routine development tasks.
Once you know how to leverage these powerful features of Eclipse to the fullest, you are going to enjoy working with Eclipse more than you could ever expect.
I will cover various areas from efficiently organizing your workspace content to navigating, coding and debugging in Eclipse, and provide you a glimpse of some cool new Eclipse features.
With Java 8 out the door, it is an exciting time to be a Java developer. The new constructs in Java 8 look nice but may not be so intuitive for developers. This is where Eclipse helps you to become more productive while writing and understanding programs with Java 8 constructs. I will show you how to make your experience with Java 8 more convenient and pleasant by using some new tooling features provided by Eclipse as part of its Java 8 support.
I will also highlight useful tools like the AST and Java Element views, plug-in spies etc. that make working with Eclipse more effective.
During this talk, you will have many "Ah, I didn't know Eclipse can do that!" moments. Some of the examples include:
• Determining who last modified a line of code and when
• Popping up an in-place outline of the element at cursor position
• Split editors
• Grouping and sharing breakpoints
• Smartly stepping into a single method within a series of chained or nested method calls while using Java debugger
• Identifying and navigating to the functional method from lambda expressions and method references
Come and learn about the best Eclipse IDE capabilities that you might not be knowing yet. There will be something new for everybody.
Eclipse JDT & Java 9 - The Story so far.
Java 9 introduces a major enhancement for modularity that helps define modules - The modular structure brings out a new paradigm shift in the way the programmer would program. From the perspective of JDT and its friends, this change means a relook at the existing concepts - starting from Java Model, through other core pillars of JDT. With the inputs from the EclipseConNA 2016, the JDT core is undergoing a change to incorporate these change both conceptually and at the core implementation level. In this talk, we will provide a brief introduction to the Java 9, especially to those parts which affect JDT, we would also "redefine" some of the concepts in the Java Model, and then we will talk about the challenges faced and the solutions provided in JDT as a whole for Java 9.
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