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Tutorial for creating simple JAVA app. [message #1405585] Thu, 07 August 2014 17:48 Go to next message
Nigel Hoath is currently offline Nigel HoathFriend
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Hi. Used eclipse some years ago with C++ and very productive it proved.

Now need to get going with Java. For my first development:

My development m/c is windows 7.
I have a database in sqlite3 but that could be changed to any free relational database.
Would like the applications to use any browser as a user interface but it will not be a web base app in the short term.

Could anyone point me to the best eclipse environment for this and a tutorial that might get me up to speed quickly?

I remember with C++ downloading the wrong eclipse and some tools oly to waste a lot of time. So any basic guidane would be very much appreciated.

Nigel



Performance/Load/Stress tester for large public and private sector orgs because I enjoy it.
Re: Tutorial for creating simple JAVA app. [message #1405611 is a reply to message #1405585] Thu, 07 August 2014 19:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dilton McGowan II is currently offline Dilton McGowan IIFriend
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On Thu, 07 Aug 2014 13:48:22 -0400, Nigel Hoath wrote:

> Hi. Used eclipse some years ago with C++ and very productive it proved.
>
> Now need to get going with Java. For my first development:
>
> My development m/c is windows 7.
> I have a database in sqlite3 but that could be changed to any free relational database.
> Would like the applications to use any browser as a user interface but it will not be a web base app in the short term.
>
> Could anyone point me to the best eclipse environment for this and a tutorial that might get me up to speed quickly?
>

I Googled for you and found this:

http://www.eclipse.org/articles/article.php?file=Article-EclipseDbWebapps/index.html

> I remember with C++ downloading the wrong eclipse and some tools oly to waste a lot of time. So any basic guidane would be very much appreciated.
>

Learning to use quality tools is never a waste of time.

> Nigel
Re: Tutorial for creating simple JAVA app. [message #1405646 is a reply to message #1405585] Thu, 07 August 2014 21:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Russell Bateman is currently offline Russell BatemanFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
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On 08/07/2014 11:48 AM, Nigel Hoath wrote:
> Hi. Used eclipse some years ago with C++ and very productive it proved.
>
> Now need to get going with Java. For my first development:
> My development m/c is windows 7. I have a database in sqlite3 but that
> could be changed to any free relational database. Would like the
> applications to use any browser as a user interface but it will not be a
> web base app in the short term.
>
> Could anyone point me to the best eclipse environment for this and a
> tutorial that might get me up to speed quickly?
>
> I remember with C++ downloading the wrong eclipse and some tools oly to
> waste a lot of time. So any basic guidane would be very much appreciated.
>
> Nigel

There's a whole mess of really good and useful ones at vogella.de.
Re: Tutorial for creating simple JAVA app. [message #1405790 is a reply to message #1405646] Fri, 08 August 2014 07:31 Go to previous message
Nigel Hoath is currently offline Nigel HoathFriend
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Dilton. Thanks for that. Looks like it will do the job and get me started.

For sure learning is never wasted but there is so much out there and I have things to produce (this is not my hobby!! lol)

And thanks Russell for the link. As you say a whole mess but looks like there are lots of bits to pick and choose.


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