a) Go to: www.bluej.org/download/download.html On 64-bit Windows operating systems, the Java runtime requires at least 128 MB of memory in 32-bit or 64-bit mode. The disk requirement for development tools for 64-bit platforms is 181 MB. The disk space requirements for source code and public JRE are the same as for 32-bit Windows operating systems, with the exception of the JavaFX SDK (68 MB) and the JavaFX runtime (32 MB). o Open the Finder. Click Applications. See the bluej or bluej bird folder. If you don`t, look into your downloads folder and drag it from there. * If you are using Windows, right-click on “bluej-310.msi” and select “Save Target As”. o If you see bluej-legacy instead of bluej: Put all your bluej folders from apps and downloads in the trash and restart it.
* If you are using a Mac with operating system 10.7.3 (Lion) or later (Mountain Lion, Maverick), right-click on “bluej-310.zip” and select “Save Target As”. In addition to the disk space required for installed images, there must be enough disk space for Java Update. The following tables list the disk space required for the JRE or JDK: o Windows if BlueJ is installed in a folder named c:Program Filesbluej: The Windows version Here is a movie only for this part on Windows. The Java SE Development Kit (JDK) and Java SE Runtime Environment (JRE) require at least one Pentium 2 266 MHz processor. o Click the installStuff.sh file. A terminal window should open. Read what this window says. It shouldn`t say “can`t find bluej” or “error” o Go to your downloads folder to see the bluej_stuff folder. Click on it to access the folder. The following table lists the minimum memory required for 32-bit Windows operating systems. o Open the unzipped folder bluej_stuff. and double-click installstuff.bat o Launch BlueJ and verify that the Help menu contains the csc171 Web site.
If you have a technical problem with the BlueJ software itself (e.g. installation issues, false starts, etc.), you can read our FAQ, contact our technical support, or check out our bug tracking system. The second option is simple. Download the .zip archive folder to your computer. Extract the folder and copy the contents to an appropriate directory. We need a zip utility to extract the folder. “One of my favorite IDEs is BlueJ” – James Gosling, creator of Java. 3) Install course-specific changes: (Thanks to Dr.
Steven Bloch and Dr. Lee Stemkowski) How to install BlueJ? Make sure you have installed JDK first before downloading and installing BlueJ, otherwise it won`t work. “Objects First with Java: A Practical Introduction Using BlueJ” is a manual co-authored by the blueJ developers that has sold hundreds of thousands of copies worldwide. Supported languages: Java and Stride Both languages are supported by BlueJ. Java support has been provided in BlueJ since its inception, while Stride support was added in 2017. BlueJ now uses Java 11+, which requires a 64-bit operating system that will have more than 95% users. For the 32-bit operating system, download BlueJ 4.1.4. Instead of. For the JDK, you have the option to install the following features: A free Java development environment for beginners that is used by millions of people worldwide. Learn more. For instructions on downloading and installing the 7zip utility, see: b) Download the Java SDK only: Setup creates a desktop icon.
To launch the IDE, double-click the desktop icon. Assignments must be made using the free blueJ development environment via JavaTM 2 Platform Standard Edition 7. (JDKTM 7). To install the BlueJ environment, follow these steps: (OR SELECT TO WATCH A MOVIE FROM THE INSTALLATION) Java SE uses the %APPDATA% directory to store temporary files. To determine the location of this directory, go to the Java Control Panel (via the Windows Control Panel). Select the General tab. In the Temporary Internet Files blade, click Settings. Note that only advanced users need to change temporary file settings. BlueJ is one of the most popular Java IDE editors used to develop Java code. In this tutorial, we will learn how to download and install BlueJ IDE on Windows 10 operating system.
o Mac – the Mac version Here is a movie just for this part on a Mac. Our free Blueroom website offers educational materials and the opportunity to connect with other educators who use BlueJ around the world. The Program FilesCommon FilesJavaJava Update or Program Files (x86)Common FilesJavaJava Update directory on 64-bit operating systems contains Java Update, which allows you to automatically keep your computer up to date with the latest versions of JRE. For more information, see docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/deploy/jcp.html#JSDPG759. We have several extensions available that extend the basic functionality of BlueJ. BlueJ is a Windows platform for Java Development Kit (JDK). It is a free Java environment that was launched in 1999 by Michael Kolling and John Rosenberg at Monash University, Australia, as a successor to Blue. It is necessary to install JDK version 1.3 or higher before installing BlueJ. It can be downloaded for free from its official BlueJ website.
It is designed to support the learning and teaching of OOPs (object-oriented programming). Objects can be created and tested interactively. It`s a simple interface, BlueJ has a simpler interface than most professional IDEs. It offers many tools that are specific to its educational goals. Standard development tools are also available, such as an editor, compiler, and runtime environment. BlueJ Features: Some of the features of BlueJ are: Project BlueJ is supported by Oracle. We have an open source license for JProfiler (a Java profiler). Tutorials and reference documents to work in BlueJ. · Download the appropriate version by right-clicking the link and selecting Save Target (or Link) As, then selecting the desktop: o Locate the file on your desktop and right-click to unzip it.
(If you don`t have the option to unzip the folder, you`ll need to download 7zip from www.7-zip.org/). BlueJ collects anonymous interaction information to improve the software. As an option, we can participate in the program. Requires 64-bit, Debian Buster or Ubuntu 18.10 or later. The JDK features available for 64-bit platforms are the same as for 32-bit Windows operating systems. o Note that the Readme file in the ZIP file can help troubleshoot issues with this installation. By default, the installed image is installed on the Windows drive, the drive on which the Windows operating system is installed (sometimes called a system drive). Most of the time, it will be the C drive. However, it is possible to install the installed image on any drive. For example, the installed image for the JDK can be installed on a non-Windows drive with a custom installation.
Requires 64-bit Windows, Windows 7 or later. Also available: Standalone Zip suitable for USB flash drives. Please read the installation instructions. (Works on most platforms with Java/JavaFX 17 support). The latest version of BlueJ requires a 64-bit operating system. JDK version greater than 11. In the User Access Control (UAC) command prompt dialog box, click Yes. For the JDK, the installed image consists of all the files installed in the jdk1.8.0 directory. for the JRE, it consists of all the files installed in the jre1.8.0 directory.