Best Free Eclipse Ide Courses

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Eclipse IDE for Beginners: Increase Your Java Productivity

This course delivers the step-by-step guidance to help you master the core topics and techniques with Eclipse.

Created by Chad Darby - Popular Java Spring Instructor - Best Seller


Students: 101236, Price: Free

This course assumes you have some knowledge of Java.


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Excellent 5-Star Reviews!

Great for Beginners. I highly think the course was well laid out, short videos, easy to understand. I loved the course greatly. - Mike Ford

Good introduction to Eclipse. The instructor has done a pretty good job in putting together this material..very handy..Thank you. - Rajesh R

This was an excellent overview on how to use Eclipse. ... The course was perfect because it was just right the right amount of details and topics covered. Recommended for all beginners and those who just need a refresher. - Maureen Glaeser


This course provides an excellent introduction to the Eclipse IDE Development tool. This course is aimed at developers who want to quickly get up to speed with developing applications with Eclipse.

The course covers how to install Eclipse and customize Eclipse for your environment. You also learn how to create Java applications in the Eclipse which includes using the debugger.

The course shows you how to make use of a number of Eclipse productivity techniques such as navigating the source code, generating source code and creating unit tests. The course wraps by showing you how to import and export projects.

By the end of the course, you will have covered the major features of Eclipse and you can immediately apply them on your Java project.

Who Is This Course Suitable For?

  • Java developers: beginner, intermediate or advanced

Note: This course assumes you have some knowledge of Java.

You Will Learn How To

  1. Install the Eclipse IDE on their own computer
  2. Create a Java application with Eclipse
  3. Customize the Eclipse user interface
  4. Generate Java Source Code using Eclipse Wizards
  5. Refactor and Debug Java Source Code
  6. Run JUnit Tests
  7. Import and Export Projects
  8. Add External JAR files to your Eclipse Project

Eclipse Tutorial For Beginners : Learn Java IDE in 10 Steps

Become More Productive Today

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot


Students: 52467, Price: Free

Eclipse is the most popular Open Source Java IDE. More developers use Eclipse than any other tool for Java Programming.

In this course, we take you on a fun ride with Eclipse.

By the end of this course, you would have a number of Eclipse tips and tricks up your sleeve. You will also understand various features of Eclipse - Views, Perspectives, Debugger, Save Actions, Plugins and Code Generation.

You will improve your productivity with Eclipse Shortcuts . You will also learn to import projects from Git and the basics of Maven projects.

Course is Organised into 11 Steps : Experienced Eclipse Developers can give Step 0 a skip

  • Step 0 : Eclipse Basics - Workspace & Your First Java File
  • Step 1 : Most Important Editing Shortcuts ctrl-1 and ctrl-space
  • Step 2 : Debugging Java Programs
  • Step 3 : Eclipse Short Cuts
  • Step 4 : Refactoring with Eclipse
  • Step 5 : Code Generation with Eclipse
  • Step 6 : Automate with Save Actions
  • Step 7 : Eclipse Views
  • Step 8 : Eclipse Perspectives
  • Step 9 : Plugins
  • Step 10 : Setting up Projects From Git and Maven

Eclipse tips and tricks

Various tips and tricks when using Eclipse IDE. Speed up your Java development!

Created by Dario Benšić - Software development


Students: 10380, Price: Free

What is Eclipse IDE?

Eclipse is one of the most popular IDE's in the world. 

Eclipse is an integrated development environment (IDE) used in computer programming, and is the most widely used Java IDE. It contains a base workspace and an extensible plug-in system for customizing the environment. Eclipse is written mostly in Java and its primary use is for developing Java applications, but it may also be used to develop applications in other programming languages through the use of plugins, including: Ada, ABAP, C, C++, COBOL, D, Fortran, Haskell, JavaScript, Julia, Lasso, Lua, NATURAL, Perl, PHP, Prolog, Python, R, Ruby (including Ruby on Rails framework), Rust, Scala, Clojure, Groovy, Scheme, and Erlang. It can also be used to develop documents with LaTeX (through the use of the TeXlipse plugin) and packages for the software Mathematica. Development environments include the Eclipse Java development tools (JDT) for Java and Scala, Eclipse CDT for C/C++ and Eclipse PDT for PHP, among others.

The initial codebase originated from IBM VisualAge. The Eclipse software development kit (SDK), which includes the Java development tools, is meant for Java developers. Users can extend its abilities by installing plug-ins written for the Eclipse Platform, such as development toolkits for other programming languages, and can write and contribute their own plug-in modules. Since Equinox, plug-ins can be plugged/stopped dynamically and are known as (OSGI) bundles

Learn various Eclipse tips and tricks

This course is for everyone who wants to work with such rich IDE as Eclipse. Learn various topics of how to use Eclipse to be more productive. 

Idea behind course

Idea behind this course was to make quick overview of tips, tricks and what can you do with Eclipse, with short and direct "into the head" explanations. This course is free - and it is planned to remain free (with new materials, hopefully soon) ! 

Contents and Overview 

 What is covered in course:

  • setting up IDE and adding Java and Maven to path (Windows example)
  • good practices for enabling faster loading of projects
  • validation, controlling console output, bookmarks
  • server port problems, setting build path, viewing code changes in real time
  • fixing encoding problems, servlet problem, setting stack size
  • faster installing of plugins, working behind corporate proxy
  • how to use maven, pom.xml, and dealing with problematic connectivity
  • generating javadoc avoiding errors
  • enabling curly braces, various shortcuts

What are the requirements?

  • Before starting this course, students need to know how to download and install software from search site like Google or similar. They need to know absolutely basic things for working with Eclipse - how to use file and other menus in Eclipse, and how to create empty project with Eclipse. Although this course is for all levels, for topic with Maven there is needed knowledge of how to write well defined pom.xml fine. Some examples show possible difficulties that occurs in larger projects and complex environments, but that is also why this course is good path for non-experienced and junior programmers or developers also who want to avoid possible problems before they occur. Basic understanding of Java language - classes and structure is needed to be able to understand examples with tips and tricks when working with Eclipse, but some of this tips and tricks should help you even if you are working in Eclipse with other language than Java.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • At the end of course, students will gather valuable information. Students should be more productive when working with Eclipse, they will be able to boost their speed and overall performance. 

What is the target audience?

  • Target student is junior, intermediate, senior programmer or developer who wants to be more productive with Eclipse and who wants to get know more tips and tricks when working with Eclipse