Eclipse and Java: Introducing Persistence

Posted in Development, Web Technologies on September 25, 2007

Eclipse and Java: Introducing Persistence

This  free video screencam tutorial will teach you how to save your Java objects to disk files using Eclipse version 3.3. This is for beginning programmers who have completed the "Total Beginners" tutorial or have some basic familiarity with Eclipse and Java. The 12 lessons total about 3 hours and are each about 15 minutes long. The lessons guide you through a step-by-step process adding save-to-file and get-from-file methods using the "personal lending library" application developed in the "Total Beginners" tutorial. Each lesson is fully narrated. Along the way, we learn some very cool Eclipse functionality.

All of the code for the lessons is typed in "real time". This allows the demonstration of many Eclipse Java editor features that speed up coding. Code snapshots as of the end of each lesson are provided in the Tutorial Companion Guide. These allow you to jump in at any lesson and to make sure your code matches the sample code.

Test-driven development is used throughout the lessons, using the JUnit testing facility in Eclipse. The lessons are designed for you to work side-by-side, pausing and rewinding the video as needed.

Click here to view Lesson 1. Click here to download any of the lessons. Be sure to download the Tutorial Companion Guide (PDF format).

The tutorials use Eclipse version 3.3 (Europa), released June 2007.

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