Welcome to the Joint-Venture Blog from Fabio Cortesi and Stefan Jäger.
Do you need a simple, fast Text Editor, which can perform just some simple more task than the usual Notepad? Then have a look at the Programmer’s Notepad 2.
Another interesting feature is the definition of tools. In Programmer’s Notepad 2, you can easily define some 3th party tools. I open usually XML files with pnotepad2, because it’s a fast editor. If I want to check the XML Schema, I just open a XML editing tool, which can perform this task.
Some months ago, I wrote an article for accessing an EJB Sessionbean from a C# client. Just have a look.
Ever wondered, how you can force a team to use same code style and same code convention?
If you use Eclipse, there is a simple solution. Just install these two plug-ins und the live will be easier
Used to check the layout of the code. Do all methods have it’s Javadoc? Has the file the company header? Can be easily used in Eclipse and with Ant.
enable Checkstyle on a project:
run Checkstyle (could also be done by ANT):
check out the warnings on the left border:
Eclipse plug-in, which formats the code on every save. Simply install this plug-in on the Eclipse installation of every team member and the code is now always in correct format. Just don’t forget to define the right format template on each installation.
OI = Organize Imports (on save)
SM = Sort Members (on save)
CI = Correct Identation (on save)
F = Format (on save)