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Eclipse and Java for Total Beginners


This free video tutorial will help get you started writing Java programs using Eclipse version 3.3. No prior experience with Eclipse or Java is assumed. The 16 lessons total about 3 1/4 hours and are each between 9 and 14 minutes long. The lessons guide you through a step-by-step process creating a simple "personal lending library" application. Each lesson is fully narrated.
All of the code for the lessons is typed in "real time". This allows the demonstration of many Eclipse Java editor features that speed up coding. Code snapshots as of the end of each lesson are provided in the Tutorial Companion Guide. These allow you to jump in at any lesson and to make sure your code matches the sample code.
Test-driven development is used throughout the lessons, using the JUnit testing facility in Eclipse. The lessons are designed for you to work side-by-side, pausing and rewinding the video as needed. See the Tutorial Companion Guide for more information about the tutorial, or look at the tutorial lesson outlines.
You can view lesson 1 without downloading it. To download all of the lessons, go to the project download page. Be sure to download the Tutorial Companion Guide (PDF format).
The tutorials use Eclipse version 3.3 (Europa), released June 2007.



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Lesson 1 -- Create Your First Java Class (11:39)
  • Create Java project in Eclipse
  • Create Java package
  • Introduce classes and objects, naming conventions
  • Write a simple Java class (Person)
Lesson 1
Lesson 1


Lesson 2 -- Add Methods To Class (13:20)
  • Introduce Eclipse Views and Perspectives
  • Introduce Eclipse user interface -- drag / drop, context menus, help
  • Add get and set methods to Person class
Lesson 3 -- Use Eclipse Scrapbook (12:33)
  • Introduce Eclipse Scrapbook
  • Introduce Java expressions, statements
  • Discuss Java packages
  • Create Person object in Scrapbook
Lesson 4 -- JUnit Testing in Eclipse, Part 1 (12:26)
  • Create test source folder
  • Create PersonTest class
  • Run first JUnit test
Lesson 5 -- JUnit Testing Continued (8:54)
  • Test Person class -- part 2
  • Create test methods for constructor, getName, and getMaximumBooks
  • Static methods
Lesson 6 -- Using Test-First Development in Eclipse (11:43)
  • Use test-first approach to write the Person toString() method
  • Method overriding
  • Field Hiding
Lesson 7 -- Create Book Class (10:25)
  • Create BookTest before creating Book class
  • Test Book constructor
  • Create get and set methods
Lesson 8 -- Add Person to Book Class (13:13)
  • Create a relationship between the Book class and the Person Class
  • Test getPerson method
  • Create JUnit Test Suite
Lesson 9 -- MyLibrary Class and ArrayList (12:30)
  • How can we hold books, etc. in a collection?
  • MyLibrary object to hold Person & Entry objects
  • Introduce ArrayList  in scrapbook
  • Introduce Java Generics
  • Method chaining
Lesson 10 -- Start on MyLibrary Class (12:23)
  • Create MyLibraryTest JUnit test
  • Create testMyLibrary to test MyLibrary constructor
  • Create MyLibrary constructor
  • Introduce instanceof operator
  • Introduce assertTrue method
Lesson 11 -- Create first methods in MyLibrary class (12:56)
  • Create test method for addBook, removeBook methods
  • Create addBook, removeBook methods and test
  • Create addPerson, removePerson methods
  • Introduce Eclipse refactoring -- move local variable to field
Lesson 12 -- Create checkOut, checkIn Methods (13:44)
  • Create test for checkOut, checkIn methods
  • Write checkout method
  • Introduce if / then / else syntax
  • Introduce boolean method
  • Write checkIn method
Lesson 13 -- Continue checkOut Method (11:26)
  • Test checkOut, checkIn methods
  • Fix compiler error -- misplaced {}
  • Add test for maximum books
  • Create test for getBooksForPerson() method
  • Refactoring -- extract method
Lesson 14 -- Finish checkOut Method (12:44)
  • Write getBooksForPerson method
  • Introduce for each loop
  • Introduce logical 'and' operator &&
  • NullPointerException errors
  • Complete checkOut Method
Lesson 15 -- Finish MyLibrary Methods (13:59)
  • Create test for getAvailableBooks
  • Create getAvailableBooks
  • Create getUnavailableBooks
Lesson 16 -- Create main Method and JAR File (13:43)
  • Introduce main method
  • Write a main method
  • Run MyLibrary as Java application
  • Export to JAR file and run from Windows

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