- What is Eclipse?
- Navigating the Eclipse interface
- Creating and managing Java projects
- Debugging code
- Searching in Eclipse
- Creating and executing a Swing app
Skill Level Beginner
- [Reynald] Hi, I'm Reynald Adolphe, and welcome to Learning Eclipse. Eclipse is an integrated development environment, that is, an IDE, that is used for coding, and it is the most widely used Java IDE. Now, it's really famous for using it with Java, but you can also use it to code in other languages, like C++, C, PHP, et cetera, especially since it has an extensible plugin system for customization. But best of all, this powerful IDE is free, open source, and has a very large development community that you can connect with.
In this course, our language of choice for demonstrations will be Java, and we'll start off with a tour of the Eclipse user interface, so you can get really comfortable with it. We'll show you how to create a few different applications. We'll move on to debugging, so you can get really comfortable with troubleshooting, along with some tips and tricks and much more. By the end of this course, you should know it well enough to start writing your own code using the core features of Eclipse. So without any further delay, let's go ahead and jump right in.
1. Introduction to Eclipse
What is Eclipse?45s
2. Tour of the Eclipse interface
3. Creating and Managing Java Projects
5. Tips and Tricks
6. Search and Help
7. Swing App Dev
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