yesterday I finished the lecture of a technical ebook named “Getting Started with Eclipse Juno” written by Rodrigo Fraxino Araujo, Vinicius H. S. Durelli and Rafael M. Teixeira, and published by Packt Publishing. You can find the book in digital and physical here.
This book tells us how to start using Eclipse Juno, with examples focusing on Java (the language most used in this IDE), also on how to perform test, version control, SWT (Standard Widget Toolkit to build graphical interfaces) and about web development with Eclipse WTP.
Finally, the book talks about how to make plugins for the client platform and Eclipse RCP applications.
Very interesting book, with many examples and secrets about the IDE most used today, whose latest stable version is Eclipse Kepler.
This book is specially designed for developers of all levels (both juniors and seniors).