Can you smell the new Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) book coming out of the oven? I can. After almost two years of writing, editing, reviewing, writing, editing, reviewing, … the books are due at the publisher by the end of this week and are scheduled to hit shelves on May 25.
(for those of you who don’t want to read further)
What: The first WTP book in the Eclipse Series covering Java Web application development with WTP
When: On shelves May 25, 2007
Who: By Naci Dai, Lawrence Mandel, and Arthur Ryman
(Use firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch with the authors)
The book was written for WTP 1.5, but is equally applicable for the upcoming WTP 2.0 release. Most of the visible changes to the tools discussed in the book should be easy to identify.
To support the book we’ve created a web site, http://www.eclipsewtp.org. The web site includes an overview of the book, the table of contents, a package containing all of the example code used in the book (all licensed under the EPL), links to purchase the book, and author bios. We’ve also set up an e-mail address for your feedback. Send any comments about the book or the web site to email@example.com.
If you’re anxious to get your hands on the book you can pre-order it today from sites such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Chapters/Indigo.