Book Review: “Java Everywhere”
What kind of crazy world am I sketching out here? Nothing more or less than DukeScript. Fitted together over a few years by Jaroslav Tulach and Anton Epple, both well established names in the Java ecosystem, in particular in the NetBeans world, the promise of DukeScript is, at least potentially, precisely what Java developers have been looking for over the past years.
And, from today, the complete guide to DukeScript has been published on Leanpub.com, at https://leanpub.com/dukescript. Here’s what it looks like:
As can be seen above, the book aims to be extremely practical. Not tied to any tool, editor, or IDE, the book steps you through all the concepts that underpin DukeScript. Among others, the Knockout two-way databinding framework is a crucial component of DukeScript, while the book provides you an introduction to this topic.
Sample applications are discussed and included, while typical development workflows are handled, including debugging, testing, and deploying.
Get it here: https://leanpub.com/dukescript