Media praise for Eclipse IDE Pocket Guide
" a handy reference for anyone navigating the Eclipse menu system. In only 127 pages, it covers download and installation, explains the graphical user interface and its features, and provides an example of the ubiquitous 'hello world' project and its debugging."
"...117 pages of bound documentation for Eclipse that prevents you from having to print out something you downloaded from the Eclipse website. Better yet, it's *readable*! ...if you've just skimmed the surface in the past or you need to get a quick intro to get up to speed, this is definitely a book that will be worth your while."
-- , Duffbert's Random Musings
-- Reinhard Voglmaier, Unix Review, January 2006