The Eclipse Java development tools

Eclipse is an integrated development environment or IDE used in computer programming. It is a must for all Java developers and enables adding text to a source code of a Windows application.

Eclipse is an IDE or integrated development environment that is used in computer programming. It has a base workspace and extensible plug-in system to customize the environment. Mostly, it is written in Java and primarily used in developing Java applications.


Eclipse is a must for all developers of Java. It enables adding text to a source code of a Windows app. To be able to do that, it uses programming languages that include JavaScript or C++ Visual language. Developing a website using Eclipse, it is possible to build web pages. Truly, it could read a web page source and modify it if required. To do this, it assigns a password-protected to limit access. The advantage with Eclipse is that it could deal with all Linux, Windows and Mac OS apps. In addition, it takes charge of websites creation for the mentioned platforms.

The Java development tools or JDT project contains plug-ins set which add the capacities of a full-featured Java IDE to Eclipse. The JDT plugins offer APIs so they could be extended further by other tool builders. The Java development tools plugins are divided into the following:

  1. JDT APT, which adds annotation processing projects in Eclipse. Its features include support for running annotation processors that are written for commancommand-line apt tool for Sun, contribution of problem markers for issues that are annotation-based and annotation-based artifacts contribution during incremental build.
  2. JDT Core, that defines the non- user interface infrastructure. This includes an incremental Java builder that provides an API for navigating the element tree of the framework. It also has code assist and code select support and evaluation support. The JDT core infrastructure do not have a built-in JDK version dependencies.
  3. JDT Debug, implements debugging support. Moreover, it works with any JDPA-compliant target Java VM. It’s implemented on top of the debug model offered by the platform debugger. It provides features such as attaching to a running Java VM, launching of Java VM either in run or debug code, expression evaluation in the stack frame context, scrapbooks pages for interactive code snippet evaluation and reloading of dynamic class supported by a Java virtual machine.
  4. JDT Text provides the editor with several features. The features include syntax and keyword coloring, method level edit, context-centric code assist and code select, margin annotations for issues, search matches or break points. It also features outliner updating during editing, an API that helps show Javadoc specification for chosen element in a pop-up window and code formatting.
  5. JDT user interface that implements Java-specific workbench contributions, including Type Hierarchy view, package explorer, wizards for making Java elements, outline view. The JDT user interface offers refactoring support, namely, Safe Rename or Extract Method for Java elements which furthermore updates references. Users could preview individual changes that stem from refactoring operation.

The package includes the following:

  1. Eclipse Java development tools
  2. Git Team provider
  3. Code recommenders developer tools
  4. WindowBuilder Core
  5. Maven integration for Eclipse
  6. Eclipse XML Editors and Tools
  7. Mylyn task list

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