|Re: Using Eclipse [message #792920 is a reply to message #792462]
||Tue, 07 February 2012 15:08
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 2/6/2012 7:33 PM, Michael Rath wrote:|
> One more quick question Russel or Nitin,
> Which version of Indigo/Eclipse? They have twelve to choose from. I have
> narrowed it down to Indigo Classic 3.7 or Indigo IDE for Java
> Developers. All I really want to do is write programs for the problems
> in the textbook as later I will have to go to C++ so I can program
> iPhones and iPads. Therefor I suspect Classic is the one. Correct?
> Thanks for the quick responses!
If you want to develop non-web applications in Java, download Eclipse
IDE for Java Developers. For web applications, Eclipse IDE for Java/JEE
As I understand it, iPhone applications are developed, almost
exclusively on Macintosh OS, using Objective C (and not C++). Eclipse
will not help you there. If you're simultaneously interested in Android,
you might look into Titanium/Appcelerator.
If you wish to mix Java development and C/C++, choose either Eclipse for
Java or for C/C++ and then use Help -> Install New Software to go get
the plug-ins for the complementary coverage you didn't get when you chose.
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