Kick Up the Speed and Quality of Your Java Development with Java Plug-In Programming in SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio

  • by Sebastien Cherry, SAP Technical Consultant, Netlab, Inc.
  • July 15, 2006
SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio, SAP’s new integrated development environment for building and deploying Java applications, is built as a set of plug-ins to the extensible, open source Eclipse platform. Eclipse offers an open API for developing custom plug-ins or leveraging the thousands available on the Web, enabling you to use additional plug-ins to enhance your SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio environment. Using an example, this article shows you how easy it is to build, develop, and deploy plug-ins to enhance SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio functionality. You will see that you need to invest only a small amount of time and effort to develop useful tools for delivering better-quality software more efficiently.

Sebastien Cherry

Sebastien Cherry received a bachelor’s degree in management computing in 2002, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in computer engineering at École Polytechnique de Montréal. In his early career, Sebastien worked at a startup company where he acquired a taste for technological entrepreneurship. He joined SAP in 2002 as a software developer, mainly in the mySAP CRM group. In 2006 he left SAP to co-found his own IT company. In addition to providing expert SAP technical consultations, he has developed computer programs for which patent applications have been submitted.

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