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Older Eclipse versions require an installed Java Runtime Environment(JRE) or Java Development Kit(JDK). We can install JDK or JRE. It is recommended to install JDK.
The latest Eclipse IDE installer bundles its own JRE.
Download & Install
Getting familiar with Eclipse IDE
Eclipse IDE supports a variety of application development use cases. We can install the IDE flavor that suits the development effort.
Project Explorer is a hierarchical view of the artifacts in the Project. The initial view displays links to create different types of projects.
- Create a project
- Create a Maven project
- Create an EJB project
- Create a Java EE EAR Project
- Create a Dynamic Web Project, etc
Create New Java Project
A project is a container for source code, class files, project configuration files, and other project artifacts.
Create New Package
Create New Java Class
Run “Hello world!” Java Application using Eclipse IDE.
Create an Interface
Using Eclipse IDE, we can generate code automatically for some methods in a Java class. We can generate code for frequent methods for a class.
Export / Import Project
Export Project to share the project with others or to use it on other machines.
Import project created by others or to use on another machine.
Tune Eclipse IDE
Eclipse Memory settings
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