Category : Introduction

This tutorial provides a step-by-step guide how to setup the development environment on a Windows 7 (Homepage) operating system. Please note that while you can follow this tutorial even if you are using a different operating system, some of the steps shown here may not be the same for all operating systems. For example, a Linux operating system (Homepage) does not install programs under the “Programs Files” folder like a Windows operating system does. On the other hand, the configuration of the SpringSource Tool Suite is the same irrespective of the operating system. Furthermore, irrespective of the operating system, the order of how things are done is the same for all operating systems.

Albert Attard
Author: 4 years ago

This tutorial demonstrates how to develop a Java application that connects with a database and provides a user interface and is targeted to students who studied Java, but lack experience. This tutorial assumes basic knowledge of Java and it describes everything in great detail. The main idea of this tutorial is not learn Java, but to help the viewers to gain experience in developing Java applications. During the tutorial we explore various technologies, such as Maven (Homepage). These technologies are quite popular amongst developers communities and are considered as good traits when applying for jobs.

Albert Attard
Author: 4 years ago

Hello World is the first program found in most programming books. Even a book was also written that has Hello World as part of it title (Hello World(s) — From Code to Culture: A 10 Year Celebration of Java Technology). We cannot have a website about Java without starting with the Hello World example.

Following is the classic Hello World program.

public class Main {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println("Hello World");
    }
}
Albert Attard
Author: 5 years ago