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An Introduction To Eclipse Java Extends

If you are closely monitoring the Java programming, you might have heard about any report with the word Eclipse. The Eclipse Java Extends Eclipse is a platform and an open source of IDE which are extensible in nature. This popular project was first launched in June 2001.

The main motto for developing eclipse is that to provide a full featured environment for building the effective java codes. The most important projects of the eclipse are derived below,

  • Eclipse Project

It is the main reason for building the programs like workbench (Workbench is nothing but the platform for hosting), Java Development Tools (JDT) and Plug-In Development Environment (PDE).

  • Eclipse Tools Project

It targets on creating the best tools for the eclipse. It includes the latest sub projects namely, Cobol IDE, EMF modeling tool, C or C++.

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  • Eclipse Technology Project

This project works on the technology research, incubation and learning jdk the Eclipse platform.

The combination of Eclipse platform and JDT connection will results with various outstanding features such as project manager, controlling the interfaces, class navigator option, debugger, syntax highlighter and so on. 

Some of the unique characteristics of Eclipse are:
  • Automatically generates the code installs or updates,
  • Jakarta Ant Build Tool,
  • Task list,
  • JUnit for unit testing.

Installing Process

Step 1: Make sure to have a latest Java 1.3 VM as a platform.

Step 2: Search for the latest Eclipse download. If you find the right site, click on that download button.

Step 3: You will have a zip folder on your computer.

Step 4: Unzip the folder and go to the directory “readme” and follow the rules.

Step 5: Your installations completed and if it shows any error, save the file as eclipse.exe if you have windows.

Step 6: The final screen will be displayed after some automatic installation process.