How to Install Eclipse
Installing Eclipse is surprisingly annoying. Follow this guide!
Date: 2019-06-05 03:38:45
By: Baron Yeung
Having trouble installing Eclipse? You aren't the only one. For some reason, actually downloading the required programs wasn't enough. Follow this guide.
1: Download the installer
First thing's first. Download the Eclipse installer from our website. You'll want to do that specifically because it will save time down the road. I'll explain later - just trust me.
2: Download the Java Development Kit
You have a couple of options for this. You can download it at another page on our website at http://www.rockybytes.com/java-development-kit or at the official website for the latest versions: https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk12-downloads-5295953.html
Please note - if you download the latest versions of the Java development kit, you'll need to download a special Eclipse installer. If I set it up right, that should be no issue - downloading it from our website should give you said special Eclipse installer.
3: Finally execute the installer
Open up the installer now. From this point forward, it's a very straightforward installation process with a few caveats. Just like usual, you select which location to install it into - pick any location you want. After that, you'll also need to select which versions of Java you're developing. Finally, after all that, it'll install and you can begin coding.
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