Xvcl Pages; [ Cjos Audience]
XVCL Manual: Writing with XVCL
This manual illustrates how to use XVCL Processor, how it works and how to extend it.
- Introduce x-frames into a traditional development environment.
- Recommend x-frames.
- Designing an x-framework.
- Designing for multiple platforms.
- Java 1.0
- Java 1.1
- Java 1.2
- Java 1.3
- Java 1.4
- Java 5.0
- Java 6.0
- Future Java
- Integrating xmlbind into an x-framework.
Chapter 1: Getting Started
In Xvcl Getting Started, a strong case is made to start using XVCL Processor in the middle of a traditional development environment. Compare writing code by hand and writing code by preprocessor and writing code by XVCL.
Chapter 2: Using XVCL Processor
In Xvcl Using Processor, step-by-step procedures illustrate how to use XVCL Processor
- With Eclipse 3.2, and
- With Apache Ant, and
- Java API
Chapter 3: Designing an x-framework
In Xvcl Design Framework, develop a x-framework for Java programming.
Chapter 4: Designing for multiple platforms
In Xvcl Design Platform, provide specific solutions for working with different versions of the Java programming language.
Chapter 5: Extending XVCL Processor
In Xvcl Extending, create additional XVCL commands.
Chapter 6: Future
In Xvcl Future, make a proposal for changing the unforked XVCL Processor.
Reference: XVCL Variables
In Xvcl Variables, we demonstrate how to use XVCL variables and system variables.
Reference: XVCL Commands
In Xvcl Commands, we demonstrate how to use each XVCL command available.
About the author
Gilbert Herschberger is a software architect and technical writer. He writes open source and other software with XVCL.