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1. Introduction to Java Programming
$35.00
2. Mastering JBuilder
$22.00
3. Tutorial for JBuilder
$42.59
4. Borland JBuilder Developer's Guide
5. Borland's Jbuilder: No Experience
6. Jbuilder for Dummies
$41.76
7. Learn Java with JBuilder 6
8. Rapid Java Application Development
$39.99
9. Teach Yourself Jbuilder in 21
10. JBuilder 7.0 EJB Programming
11. Introduction to Java Programming
12. Sams Teach Yourself JBuilder 2
$6.95
13. Computing Concepts With Java Essentials,
14. Charlie Calvert's Learn JBuilder
$69.00
15. Getting Started in JBuilder 4
16. Java Programming With Jbuilder
$49.99
17. JBuilder 3 Unleashed
$49.95
18. Inside the JBuilder OpenTools
19. Introduction to Java Programming
20. Jbuilder 2 Bible (Bible (Wiley))

1. Introduction to Java Programming with JBuilder, Third Edition
by Prentice Hall
Paperback (01 October, 2003)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent introduction to JBuilder and Java programming
I found the book very detailed for a novice with help every step of the way. A fine pedagogical piece! ... Read more

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2. Mastering JBuilder
by Wiley
Paperback (26 March, 2003)
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3. Tutorial for JBuilder
by Prentice Hall
Paperback (24 March, 2003)
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Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Why not use the help and explore the menu system ?
Quite simply, I feel I wasted my money on this book.Read more

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4. Borland JBuilder Developer's Guide
Paperback (18 December, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars So So book but not a lot of competition
I have never seen a book which so often would reference a topic or word or idea that it goes on to explain LATER in the book or section.Weird.It does seem comprehensive but not a easy read or anything.I have read better.I am glad, though, that it is NOT JBuilder specific because I am just learning JAVA and it is good to have JAVA information rather than just JBuilder interface information.

3-0 out of 5 stars Well written, but not JBuilder-centric
The book's stated audience is intermediate to advanced level Java programmers, yet 75 percent of the book is an introductory tutorial on how to write Java applications, not how to use JBuilder. The first 200 pages were JBuilder-specific, well written, and they got me up to speed quickly with using the enterprise edition. The rest of the book was not at all helpful - I bought the book to learn to use JBuilder effectively, and learn some tips and tricks from those who have been using it for some years, not how to use JDBC and IO.4-0 out of 5 stars Lots of good stuff
I was able to use a couple of the pieces of the code in the project I was working on - thanks it saved me lots of time. ... Read more

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5. Borland's Jbuilder: No Experience Required (No Experience Required Series)
by Sybex Inc
Paperback (August, 1997)
list price: $29.99
Isbn: 0782121357
Sales Rank: 862413
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars decent delivery on promise
I think this book did a decent job of delivering on its promise.For this reason I give it a 3.As for real world usefulness, I give it a 2.I found it helpful for a person like me, who not totally new to java (thelanguage), wanted to move to the JBuilder IDE and learn how to get thingsdone quickly.By following the chapters, I was able to quickly get Javaapplets up; creating applications and using JDBC.I also got a good ideaof how to manipulate these things from within the IDE. 4-0 out of 5 stars a decent introduction to JBuilder
I have to respond to a reader below. He was a little too harsh. The book is not intended to teach you JDBC, client/server, CORBA, RMI you name it. It does a good job explaining the fundamentals of Java and getting aroundJBuilder. Once you have this 'critical energy' you can make a quantum leap.I personally find the books attempting to cover everything in one bigvolume mostly bad and useless.

1-0 out of 5 stars The most inappropriately-titled programming text ever.
As would several other novices to jBuilder, I bought this book (unseen) based on the title and synopsis, only to discover that not only did it offer only superficial information regarding the use of jBuilder, but that there was no database connectivity material. Incredible.Read more

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6. Jbuilder for Dummies
by John Wiley & Sons Inc (Computers)
Paperback (27 October, 1997)
list price: $24.99
Isbn: 0764500783
Sales Rank: 815131
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7. Learn Java with JBuilder 6
by Apress
Paperback (26 March, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Way too hard for beginner
I got this book at the same time I ordered Sam's Teach Yourself Java 1.2 in 21 days.Sam's book arrived first and I read about 200 pages of it with no problems.Then I started reading this book and by the time I got to page 100 I was totally lost - that's with the stuff I already learned from Sam's book.The book starts out being super beginner-friendly.It gives a detailed instruction on how to install the JBuilder 6, to the point that it even shows you the screen shot how how to click the "Accept" button when presented with the software agreement.Unfortunately, that's where the friendliness all ends.4-0 out of 5 stars A good beginners book.
Overall calue=4(well written and a good book).The book is well structured for a beginner for Java and a Java IDE such as Jbuilder.4-0 out of 5 stars Good introduction to JBuilder 6
This book give you a pretty good introduction to JBuilder 6 and assumed you are pretty new to Java as well. Read more

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8. Rapid Java Application Development Using JBuilder 4/5/6 (2nd Edition)
by Prentice Hall
Paperback (14 December, 2001)
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Isbn: 0130665509
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Rapid Java Application Development Using JBuilder 4/5/6 (2nd
I have used many beginner-to-intermediate books on Java, but this has always been the best one I could find as a reference for GUI-related topics.It has excellent, practical examples on layouts, colors, and constructing basic GUIs.It's been the one book that I end up having on my desktop when I start any new GUI.

5-0 out of 5 stars Rapid Java Application Development Using JBuilder 4/5/6
This book fills in a niche market between an OOP theory book and an advanced Java reference book. It shows you how to apply OOP and use Java for rapid application development. If you know basic of Java and want to use JBuilder for RAD, this book will help you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Rapid Java Application Development
Daniel Liang is one of the most reliable Java authors and this book for advanced programmers, who already know Java, is unique. It allows programmers to progress rapidly and use JBuilder's built in tools for creating state of the art Java programs quickly. Shows how to use Java Beans. It also comes with JBuilder. ... Read more

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9. Teach Yourself Jbuilder in 21 Days (Sams Teach Yourself)
Paperback (September, 1997)
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Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Good for beginners!
I like the way the book was written, I am only a beginner in the JBuilder series but was really helpful in making my understand the concepts in step by step basis. Some may not agree but for me I'll keep this in my library!

1-0 out of 5 stars Throw it in the trash heap
I had the unfortunate experience of making this my first JBuilder book purchase.Its lightweight description of JBuilder's features teaches nothing of insightful value.JBuilders help gives more than this.1-0 out of 5 stars (learn in 14 day version) AWFUL!
NOTE:This applies to the "Borland teach yourself JBuilding in 14 [not 21] days" by the same author.Read more

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10. JBuilder 7.0 EJB Programming
by Wordware Publishing
Paperback (August, 2002)
list price: $49.95
Isbn: 1556228740
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Poor examples
Sadly I struggled to get the examples running. You would think it would be a case of cut and paste and compilations, but there are spelling mistakes even in the first code examples.
4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Decent Start
I have programmed in Java for a while, and actually already knew how to do Java Beans. A friend asked me to look this over.It has strengths and weaknesses.One strength is that its really easy to read and clear.You get a really good view of the concepts on EJB.However it is weak in the coding examples. They are very simplistic.It also does not cover the server side software needed to make EJB work.My advice is that if you are new to EJB And want to get up to speed quickly read this...but then move on to a more complex book for details.

2-0 out of 5 stars Pity the text doesn't match the title
I have found this book to be very dissapointing. For someone who purchased this book to learn about EJB programming using the JBuilder 7 platform I was not very impressed to find that the majority of my time has so far been spent in trying to get the examples to run. Read more

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11. Introduction to Java Programming with JBuilder 4/5/6/7 (2nd Edition)
by Prentice Hall
Paperback (23 July, 2001)
list price: $85.00
Isbn: 0130333646
Sales Rank: 805589
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Book
This is a great book if you learn by example like I do.This is a college freshman level book.It was used at Texas A&M in 2002-03 and I believe it is still in use in 04.If you learn better by example than by pages and pages of theory, this is the book for you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Near-excellent book
I think this book is near-excellent.I have a great deal of programming experience in other languages, so I cannot speak for those who have had no programming experience.But for those who have, this book is terrific.If you want to get into Java, you might take a class that begins with GUI right away.This is a mistake, and the author recognizes this.He starts with basic programming fundamentals and then he explains object-oriented concepts in the two most important chapters 6 and 8.Only after you are comfortable with inheritance, constructors, and interfaces does he go into Swing.The Swing chapters are fun! You should do all the exercises.The only drawback to the book is that there are lots of typographical errors.But the author posts Errata on his web site and does respond to e-mail, so you can notify him when you see a mistake.Speaking of the web site, he has tests that you can take.These tests are not easy.He really tests your knowledge.I usually get a score in the 80s because there are many trick questions.But you learn to appreciate them because they really get you to study closely.I recommend this book to programmers experienced in other languages who are just now beginning Java.If you are new to programming, you may want to try another book, but chapters 1 through 5 should help you if you want to stay with this book.

1-0 out of 5 stars Awful Introduction to Java Book
This book is not an introduction book. If you have little or no programming experience, do not buy this book. Other than being overpriced, the author introduces topics that are way too advanced for the beginner. This book is probably better for individuals that have some background in programming. Save yourself the money and find another book. The author should really consider revising this book. I think he has lost touch with the readers of his text in calling it an "Intro" book. I found other books at 1/3 the price that was much better. Total waste of money! ... Read more

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12. Sams Teach Yourself JBuilder 2 in 21 Days
Paperback (17 July, 1998)
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Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars National waste
I am really upset that a minimum that i can give is a single star if there was a zero star that i would have given that to this book. This book is just a cheap copy of JBuilder manual.PLEASE DO NOTWASTE YOUR MONEY ORYOUR TIME GOING THROUGH THIS BOOK.

1-0 out of 5 stars Absolute Waste of Money! - 0 star if allowed
It seems the arthor has just copied the summary from JBuilder2 brochure from Borland. If you want to learn JBuilder, don't waste money on this crab. Read developer's guide from Borland comes with the software.

1-0 out of 5 stars Wasted time
This book is too simple. Starts good with some introductory about the Java language, and as I was reading I was starting to like the book, but suddenly the author wasted too much time teaching you how to use theinterface and all that stuff that anybody can learn by it's own. Theexamples are kindergarten like, and i wanted to skip many of the stuff toreach the end and finish with it. I just tried to read it because I paidfor it, but it was dissapointing and I even got depressed reading it. Get aJava 1.2 book and learn from it, JBuilder is a great tool and deserves muchbetter. ... Read more

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13. Computing Concepts With Java Essentials, Jbuilder 9 Compiler - Personal Edition, 3rd Edition
by John Wiley & Sons
Hardcover (22 August, 2003)
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Sales Rank: 2103200
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14. Charlie Calvert's Learn JBuilder
by Wordware Publishing
Paperback (November, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A wonderful on-ramp to the world of JBuilder
As a programmer with 15+ years of experience programming with Clipper, Turbo Pascal, Visual Basic, C++ Builder and Delphi I was looking for a book that would get me up to speed on Java using JBuilder as quickly as possible. In Charlie Calvert's `Learn JBuilder' I found what I was looking for and a lot more!3-0 out of 5 stars Good: But too quickly out of date
I must preface my comments by stating I'm an experienced programmer who is trying get into Java and JBuilder and hence reading a book at this level: "Learn JBuilder".5-0 out of 5 stars Very well written, a pleasure to learn from
This is a Jbuilder book for beginning Java programmers, but not the kind that has a keyboard diagram to show you where the Escape key is and what a double click means. This book is full of useful information and valuable tips. What neither Amazon nor Wordware (the publisher) say is that is oriented to the Personal and SE editions of Jbuilder. The capabilities of Enterprise are not covered. On page 16 of the book this is made clear. On the other side, I had not seen a product oriented book so well written in a long time. Most of them were transcripts of the help files with some notes added but not this one. The material in the CD complements what did not fit on paper. I learned as much from it as from reading the book.Recommended! ... Read more

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15. Getting Started in JBuilder 4 (Referentia for JBuilder 4 series)
by Referentia Systems Inc
CD-ROM (01 November, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Save your money
This is one of the worst purchases I have ever made.It's an absolute farse.Trust me on this one:Save your money and buy something else.I plan to write Referentia a letter asking them not to let idiots program thier software.

3-0 out of 5 stars No Good for the Foundation Version
I have only tried the free sample version, but I have found that the second lessonand subsequent lessons cannot be completed due to deficiencies in the Foundation version of JBuilder. My version is 4.0.152.0. As the CD-ROM is for beginners, who would most likley be using the Fondation version, it is unfortunate that the authors did not use this version for developing their course. If you are fortunate to be using the Professional version of JBuilder, I think that the course would be very good for those with absolutely no knowledge of JBuilder.

4-0 out of 5 stars To learn Jbuilder?s basic functionality in a day
It has 25 tutorial Lessons (using its tools: fast and concise) and 5 concept Lessons (pure junks - just fancy graphic animations).Read more

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16. Java Programming With Jbuilder (Java Series)
by M & T Books
Paperback (May, 1997)
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1-0 out of 5 stars False advertising...no database information
I wish I had read other reviews before ordering this book. The cover falsely states "Includes database connectivity". It does not! There does not appear to be anything relating to JDBC, ODBC, database, or connectivity (which was my chief interest in ordering it). Furthermore many pages are wasted in repeating the same (largely autogenerated) code.

1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid this book!
To say I'm disappointed by this book is an understatement.It's obvious the publisher and author were using JBuilder beta code when writing this book.Few of the examples work without some rewriting, and code that does work uses Java 1.0x code and techniques.The example figures in the book are different from the release version of Jbuilder and several of the functions used in examples have been deprecated and replaced with new functions.

1-0 out of 5 stars Save your money and wait for a better publication
Having eagerly awaited the release of Borland's JBuilder Professional IDE,I rushed down to Foyles book shop in London to see what was available to help me get started relatively easily. Steve Holzner's book was the only JBuilder publication available. It had the traditional fancy (useless) applet examples and promised notes on database connectivity. I couldn't find any references to database connectivity anywhere in the book nor on the supplied CD. Nice one Steve! This book is lightweight and for anyone looking to develop serious commercial database applications - this book won't help you.I have used a previous book by this author (Visual C++ Programming) and must say that it was not fantastic but a much better effort. I can only conclude that either Steve Holzner or his publisher have rushed this book to try and be first on the bookshelf without providing much substance. Save your money and wait for a better forthcoming publication. Chas Levere, Senior Developer, Comtext UK ... Read more

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17. JBuilder 3 Unleashed
Paperback (August, 1999)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Learn Java First
If you buy this book expecting a hand holding tutorial on Java forget it. An Unleashed book assumes existing knowledge and moves to a next level. JBuilder 3 is dated but with the paucity of Jbuilder books it's still a reasonable buy. Contrary to earlier reviews that say it doesn't cover JBuilder; of course it does. 1-0 out of 5 stars Beginners don't bother
This book is just plain awful.I bought this book hoping to use my knowledge of Java in the JBuilder IDE, but that isn't what I got.This book just plain sucks.Nothing on how to use JBuilder, no tutorials on JBuilder, nothing.This book mainly covers intermediate to advanced Java programming topics, so JBuilder beginners beware of this book!It is too bad that I don't need this book anymore even though I bought the book hoping to learn something.

1-0 out of 5 stars All "Unleashed" books are awful
This book stands as a testament to the fact that all of Sam's Unleashed series of books are not worth the paper they are printed on. ... Read more

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18. Inside the JBuilder OpenTools API
by BookSurge Publishing
Paperback (20 May, 2004)
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5-0 out of 5 stars A complete opentools reference
To the best of my knowledge, this is the only opentools book out there (other than the borland docs).This book is a complete reference to the opentools api.
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19. Introduction to Java Programming with JBuilder 4 (Book with 2 CD-ROMs)
by Prentice Hall
Hardcover (January, 2002)
list price: $78.70
Isbn: 0131021494
Sales Rank: 2319927
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20. Jbuilder 2 Bible (Bible (Wiley))
by Wiley Publishing
Paperback (August, 1998)
list price: $49.99
Isbn: 076453114X
Sales Rank: 1843735
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Will get you started with JBUILDER
This book will not help you learn Java, AWT or the JFC.There are better books on all these topics.1-0 out of 5 stars What a stinker!
I was expecting a book that would help me program in JBuilder.You know, learn how to create a class, compile it, deploy it.Instead, the book drags you through a tedious, useless example of creating an application inJBuilder.It's certainly no reference.And it ain't a Bible.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not the 'book of books' yet but it will get you started
The name 'Bible' means 'book of books' this isn't the 'book of books' on Jbuilder. One should go elsewhere to learn Java. This book should focus more heavily on building applications using JBuilder step by step.Unfortunatly there isn't any out there yet...hmmm maybe I should write it!! ... Read more

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