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Develop aspect-oriented Java apps with Eclipse and AJDT
The AspectJ Development Tools for Eclipse (AJDT) is an open source Eclipse
Technology Project that provides the tooling required to develop and run AspectJ
applications. We believe good tools have a key role to play in realizing the
full benefits of aspect-oriented programming, and particularly in helping
newcomers understand the concepts involved.
After reading this article, we hope you will have a good feel for the support
that AJDT provides for using AspectJ. We'll start by showing you how to get up
and running with AJDT. Then we'll dive straight into things, creating an AspectJ
application from scratch. You'll see how to create aspects and Java classes, and
how to run the application. Our first example is very simple to keep the focus
on the tools and introduce the different visual and navigational features that
AJDT provides to help with your development. Even so, this simple application
illustrates one real-world use of aspects.
We then move onto a slightly more complex example so that we can explore the
tools in more detail, and show you how to work with existing projects. This
example has several aspects that are integral to the application, as well as a
debug aspect that we'll only want to include if we're actually debugging the
application. We show how AJDT enables you to selectively apply and remove this
debug aspect. After that, we visit the powerful Visualization perspective, to
gain a higher-level understanding of how the many different aspects affect the
rest of the application. Finally, we look at a couple of more advanced features
of the tools, including those for debugging AspectJ applications and generating
Throughout this article, we are assuming some basic familiarity with AspectJ
and aspect-oriented programming (AOP). For introductory material on AOP and
programming in AspectJ,
AspectJ is an aspect-oriented extension of the Java language that enables a modular implementation of crosscutting concerns. In this article, AJDT contributors and IBM aspect-oriented software development team members introduce you to AJDT.
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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, November 19, 2004 (00:00:00) (2576 reads)
Advanced Installer for Java v1.9 Released
Release date: September 20, 2004
Caphyon LLC is pleased to announce the release of Advanced Installer For Java 1.9, a Windows Installer authoring tool with built-in support for Java applications, integrating them fully into the Windows OS and making them look and feel just like a native application. Advanced Installer for Java runs on Windows 2000/XP, and the install packages it creates run on all Microsoft Windows 9x/ME/NT/2k/XP operating systems.
Using the standard Windows Installer technology, Advanced Installer For Java is able to provide the best Windows integration for your Java applications. It ensures the smallest possible footprint by producing zero-overhead install packages which contain only native Windows Installer data with no additional runtime requirements.
Advanced Installer also provides a native launcher for your Java applications. Through this launcher your users will see and use your Java programs just like regular Windows native executables. The native launcher provides a fast and friendly start up process for your Java applications.
Advanced Installer For Java is built on standard, open formats. The project files are saved as XML files for easy integration with source control systems. Advanced Installer is FREE for the simplest, most common usages. If additional capabilities are needed, they are available at some of the lowest prices in the industry.
What's new in Advanced Installer for Java 1.9
This new version adds the ability to create installers that will launch any type of file at the end of the installation and the ability to create Uninstall shortcuts and other types of command shortcuts. The prerequisite support (which includes JRE detection, downloading and installation) is improved with a better UI, silent install and command line support.
- Can launch any file (html, exe, etc.) at the end of the installation.
- Can create Uninstall shortcuts and other command shortcuts.
- Add/Remove Panel customization: icon and disabling Modify, Repair or Remove.
- Can prevent installing an older version of the product over a newer one.
- Improved supported OS resolution to include SPs and OSRs.
- Support for Default registry entries.
- Silent install and command line for prerequisites.
- Specifying change package name, destination folder and project root.
- Varous bugfixes.
Advanced Installer For Java costs USD $199.
The application can be downloaded from:
More details about the application can be found at:
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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, November 18, 2004 (00:00:00) (2503 reads)