Java WIDE: The Java Wiki Integrated Development Environment
Isreal, South Korea, Malaysia, Portugal, Philippines,
Bahamas, India, Indonesia & Saudi Arabia
Welcome to Java WIDE, the place where individuals and teams can freely make and share Java applications and applets, all without installing any software. JavaWIDE is being used across the United States and around the world. Click on a pin to see who is using JavaWIDE near you.
Click on the apple to try out JavaWIDE now - no account or registration required.
Check out our KickStarter project to support JavaWIDE.
Top 7 reasons to use JavaWIDE
- Eliminates the need to install software.
All that is needed is a web broswer, an Internet connection, and Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6 or higher
- Gives you the ability to group code, share programs, collaborate, and document all in a central location.
You don't need to make copies, email code, or learn a system such as CVS or Subversion, and multiple people can edit the same program at the same time.
- Documents all revisions and and keeps track of who changes what and when.
Looking at the history of the file in the web browser shows everything.
- It's simple and works on Google Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari, Mac/PC/Linux.
Saving a program compiles it and runs the applet or application, all within the web browser on any platform.
- Provides code completion, syntax highlighting, auto-import, automatic indentation, and other commonly desired IDE functionality.
All of this functionality is achieved by a small unsigned applet (less than 200KB).
- It's free and will be open source distributed under a Gnu Public License (GPL).
We hope to release the source code relatively soon to allow you to install, run and customize your own JavaWIDE server.
- You can try it out now without creating any accounts or downloading any software.
Click here to start programming now in the JavaWIDE sandbox.
Getting Started Using JavaWIDE
There are several ways to get started using JavaWIDE including:
- Watch some short videos
- Participate in an upcoming webinar or workshop.
- Play around in the JavaWIDE Sandbox
- Sign up to get your own site.
- Request a free webinar training session for your group.
Visit the JavaWIDE discussion board if you get stuck and need some help, or if you would like to provide feedback. Enjoy!
Why Faculty, Teachers & Students Use JavaWIDE
If you want more information about JavaWIDE, please contact Jam Jenkins via email at email@example.com.
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