Every java developer faces with a situation when he needs to see the source of some java class. But not always libraries are completed with the source code, and you can't see the sources by simply clicking on the "F3" button. So in such situations you need to use decompiler... How to use java decompiler in Eclipse? This post gives an answer on the question.
Java development has one specific feature... To start the development you must set up and configure an environment. And often it isn't a trivial task because you need to take care about plenty of things. So in the post I'm going to consider a very popular mistake in the setting up of Dynamic Web Project.
Today I want to talk about Maven. It's very powerful instrument and if you know how to use it you will make minimum effort to achieve maximum result. In general Maven helps you to manage a project including library dependencies, building process and etc... But in the article I'm going to show you one of the ways how to create a Dynamic Web Project using Maven (in Eclipse IDE).
Learning a new technology is always a hard process. This process becomes even more difficult when you are trying to learn two technologies which are going to interact with each other. Tomcat and Eclipse are ones of the most popular pre-requirements in the Java EE development. Therefore to be a professional developer you need to know how to perform the most required actions with this pair and how to make some configurations.