Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Importing exercise files into Eclipse, part of Learning Java Applications (2012).
If you're working along with the exercise files for this course, you're going to…need to do a lot of importing existing files.…To do that, you can simply create the default Java project, so you can go to…File > New > Java Project.…Now of course if we're working with a different type of project for that chapter…then you create the appropriate project for that chapter.…For example, if I'm working in an Android project, you'd create an…Android project, and so on.…
So I'll create a new Java project.…I'm just going to use the default location in the workspace.…I'll name this project "example." Then I'll hit Finish.…And now I'm going to expand the example project.…You'll notice there is a folder called src that holds the class files that we…will be working with. And now I'll tab over to Finder.…The exercise files contain start and final versions.…If you just see a folder called com, that folder belongs in the source area of your project.…
So you can simply click and drag that com folder right onto src, choose Link to…
- Working with Eclipse
- Using MySQL database drivers
- Displaying data from a database as XML
- Loading XML data from the web
- Displaying data based on user input
- Publishing a desktop application
- Understanding applets
- Building the layout
- Viewing the app on an Android device
Skill Level Beginner
3ds Max 2015 Essential Trainingwith Aaron F. Ross10h 43m Beginner
1. Exploring Development Environments
2. Building Dynamic Web Applications
3. Creating a Desktop App
Publishing a desktop app3m 29s
4. Making Applets
5. Writing Android Applications
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