Eclipse is probably best known as a Java IDE, but it is more: it is an IDE framework, a tools framework, an open source project, a community, an eco-system, and a foundation.https://www.eclipse.org/eclipse.org-common/themes/solstice/public/images/logo/eclipse-200x200.png
The goal of WTP Education is to enable and educate WTP end-users by providing them quality resources for self-learning, increase WTP awareness and usage by obtaining, creating, and coordinating, materials for tutorials, articles, webinars, and other digital mediums.
In these pages you will find a set of courses designed to teach anything from XML, HTML and standards based Web development to advanced topics such as Java Server Faces and Java Persistence.
You can contribute to WTP Education in many ways. Please provide your feedback, comments, corrections using Bugzilla and select Education as the component, they are important to us. Finally, if you would like to add your own courses, please contact the WTP Education Lead.
|Name||:||WTP-101 Developing Web Applications with Standards|
|Description||:||Developing Web Applications with Standards using W3C org standard technologies such as, HTML, CSS, XML, XSD and XSL.|
|Name||:||T320 Ebusiness Technologies: Foundations and Practice|
|Description||:||This series of tutorials are adapted from those created as a part of a third level (year) course at the Open University. The course, "E-business Technologies: Foundations and Practice", encompasses a wide range of E-business aspects and related technology.|
|Comments||:||T320 Ebusiness Technologies: Foundations and Practice|