Using the Eclipse Workbench

Mark Dexter’s done it again. If you’re new to the Eclipse Workbench and need a tour, take a look here. For the uninitiated, the workbench is the focal point of an IDE built on Eclipse.

If you’re thinking, for example, of using the Eclipse IDE for Java Developers download from the eclipse.org downloads page, another Eclipse distribution, or a product built on Eclipse technology, this tutorial is a good starting point.

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4 Responses to Using the Eclipse Workbench

  1. Remy Chi Jian Suen says:

    I don’t see a link for the tutorial. Am I blind?

  2. Mark Dexter says:

    Hi Remy. The “here” in the second line of the blog links to the website. From there, you can link to the download page. HTH.

  3. Remy Chi Jian Suen says:

    Thanks, Mark. I was only looking around the last sentence and didn’t bother to look elsewhere.🙂

  4. Ian Skerrett says:

    It would be great to have these tutorials added to Eclipse Live.

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