In the previous chapter, we explored the most frequently used Eclipse components. However, Eclipse has much more to offer.
Large and complex projects, especially when multiple developers are involved, can quickly become difficult to follow and navigate. In this chapter, we will explore the advanced Eclipse navigation features, such as outlines, type and call hierarchies, and markers, that help developers easily find their way around the code.
Besides the navigation, day-to-day software development also involves a lot of time-consuming and redundant tasks, such as writing the getters and setters for each member field, refactoring the code, and updating all the references to it. In this chapter, we will explore ...