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Eclipse Tutorial for Beginners

This is an article about the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Java Developers, more specifically, the Mars release of the Eclipse IDE for Java Developers. You will get a brief introduction about how to download, install, and use the software. The following table shows an overview of the entire article:           Table of Contents 1. ...

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Eclipse Gradle Plugin Example

Gradle! … Yes, it is is a flexible yet model-driven JVM-based build tool. Gradle is one of the advanced build automation tools available in the market. In this example, we will see how to use Gradle as a plugin through our favorite Eclipse IDE. To know more about Gradle please visit here. 1. Introduction As a developer, you could have ...

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Eclipse UML Plugin Example

In this example, we will see how to model a system using Unified Modeling Language (UML) with the help of Eclipse UML Plugins. This example was tested with Eclipse Version: Mars.1 Release (4.5.1). 1. Introduction UML is the standard way to model systems, particularly software systems and it helps to visualize the design of a system. If you are new ...

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How to Install and Use the Eclipse Marketplace Plugin

In this example, we will see how to install and use Eclipse Marketplace Client Plugin from within Eclipse IDE. 1. Introduction The Eclipse community has many third-party plugins and these plugins can be added to the individual Eclipse installation. But, in earlier version of Eclipse, this was not an easy way to discover and install these solutions from within Eclipse. ...

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Eclipse Window Builder Tutorial for GUI Creation

1.Introduction In this example, we will show you how to develop Java GUI Application using Eclipse WindowBuilder plug-in. Eclipse WindowBuilder is a powerful and easy to use bi-directional Java GUI designer that makes it very easy to create Java GUI applications without spending a lot of time writing code to display simple forms. The bi-directional Java GUI designer means the ...

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Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) Tutorial

1.Introduction In this example, we will learn how to use Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) to develop stand alone applications written in Java and built on top of Eclipse platform technologies. Using RCP, programmers can develop customized window applications, menus, tool bars, palettes, wizards and other specialized features. 1.1 What is Rich Client Platform? The minimal set of plug-ins needed ...

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