Tag: Eclipse

Upgrading Eclipse 4.4 Luna to 4.5 Mars

Eclipse 4.5 Mars was recently released at the end of June 2015. Upgrading is easy as usual and I didn’t experience any errors this time around. Although the lack of a new logo was a bit of a disappointment. ­čśë

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Android Studio vs Eclipse folder structure

With the recent stable release of Android Studio in December, it has replaced Eclipse as the standard Android development environment. All developers are advised to migrate to it, as the ADT Eclipse plugin will not be maintained and updated, and

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Eclipse out of memory error

When using Eclipse for Android development, it can consume a lot of memory. If you’re working with multiple library projects with varying levels of target APIs and/or opening layout editors for different Android versions, sooner or later the java VM

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Duplicating Android App Eclipse project

When developing an online Android app, it is easy to put in a switch whether it should run in live/test mode. After the initial live release however, there might be a need to install both versions on a single device.

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Upgrading Eclipse 4.3 Kepler to 4.4 Luna

Eclipse 4.4 Luna was recently released along with Google’s Android ADT 23 upgrade. Just like the previous version, upgrading is fairly┬ásimple, although I ran into an error on one of my PCs that needed a manual fix.┬áSome issues with ADT

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Running Google’s Dart Editor on Windows

Google released version 1.1 of their Dart programming language just two months after the first stable release. They claim it’s 25% faster than the initial release, but whether this speed increase affects real-world usage or they just optimised the code

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Upgrading Eclipse from Juno to Kepler

From version 3.4 onwards updating the Eclipse Java IDE on Windows from release to release is relatively painless, it is no longer necessary to do a full reinstall. In case you’re using it for Android development, a simple SDK update

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