This tutorial is a manual to BlueJ Integrated Development Environment (IDE). BlueJ is
a Graphical User Interface (GUI) to Java™ development environment which is specifically designed for designing, developing, compiling and running Java Programs.
BlueJ version 2.0.x was designed and implemented by the BlueJ team at Deakin
University Melbourne, Australia, and the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK.
This BlueJ version 3.0.7 (Java version 1.6.0_23). Virtual machine: Java Hotspot™ client VM 19.0_b09 (sun Microsystems, Inc) is an update to version 2.0.x and has been documentation by JBDATA Resources Inc. at Maple Grove, MN in USA.
More information about BlueJ is available at http://www.bluej.org.

1.1 Scope and audience
This tutorial is aimed at software engineers, web developers, IT systems engineers and experts with similar background wanting to familiarize themselves with these capabilities of knowledge in programming Java™. It does explain design decisions underlying the construction of web systems and online apps within this environment and aide with addressing research issues behind it.
This tutorial covers the overview of the Java tool. Beginners of Java programming are
advise to study the introductory Java textbook or follow a Java course.
This is not a comprehensive environment reference manual. Many details are left out
– emphasis is on a brief and concise introduction rather than on complete coverage of features
For a more detailed reference, see The BlueJ Environment Reference
Manual, available from the BlueJ web site (www.bluej.org).
Every section starts with a one-line summary sentence. This allows users already
familiar with parts of the system to decide whether they want to read or skip each
particular section. Section 11 repeats just the summary lines as a quick reference.

1.2 Copyright, licensing and redistribution
The BlueJ system and this tutorial are available ‘as is’, free of charge to anyone for use
and can be commercially re-distributed. Disassembly of the system is prohibited.
No part of BlueJ Integrated Programming Environment system or its documentation may be sold for profit or included in a package that is sold for profit without written authorization from the authors.
The copyright© of this BlueJ Tutorial manual is held by M. Kölling, J. Rosenberg and Valerie Fotso.

1.3 Feedback
For comments, questions, corrections, criticisms and any other feedback
related to BlueJ 3.0.7 systems or this tutorial, please contact Michael Kölling at mik@mip.sdu.dk or M.Kolling@kent.ac.uk or Valerie Fotso at val.fotso@gmail.com.


3 responses to “ABOUT

  1. Excellent tool use for creating dynamic logos and movie imageries.

  2. Fantastic! I will check for myself………..

  3. Certain of their apps needs an added button function to activate their motions which can also be substitute by using a click.

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