The main menu in Eclipse is almost identical to NetBeans. The options include: File, Edit, Source, Refactor, Navigate, Search, Project, Run, Window, and one of my favorites, Help. (the menu changes based on whether you are in project view or the start window)
- [Voiceover] When we first launch Eclipse,…it automatically opens the welcome page.…The welcome page has some nice quick links to an overview,…to get an overview of the features of Eclipse,…to some tutorials, samples, and what's new.…In the top right-hand corner we can…quickly go to our Workbench,…or we can just close the welcome screen.…Notice the navigation at the top includes…file, edit, navigate, search, project, run, window and help.…This menu will change once I get to the Workbench.…
Let me show you.…Now that I'm in the Workbench,…we have some additional options in the file menu.…Let's review each one.…In the top left we start with file.…This is where we can create a new project,…open a file, close a file, save a file.…We can also switch the work space.…If we wanted to switch from Java…to C we could do that here.…We could import and export.…Next we have the edit menu.…The edit menu has cut, copy, paste, delete, select all.…
But I must say, my favorites are always…undo and redo, Ctrl Z and Ctrl Y.…After edit, we have source.…
- What is an IDE?
- Viewing and organizing files in an IDE
- Downloading and installing different IDEs
- Coding with shortcuts and autocompletion
- Using templates
- Finding and referencing files
- Debugging Java code in an IDE
Skill Level Beginner
1. A Quick Review of IDE Basics
2. NetBeans IDE
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