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10-26-2010 07:17 AM
Tablet OS SDK is designed to integrate with Adobe Flash Bilder which is an Eclipse based IDE. When installing the Tablet OS SDK choose yes to integrate with Flash Builder and select the location where Flash Builder is installed, the installer will finish the integration for you. No manual step is required.
10-26-2010 07:28 AM
is it possible to write Java application for Tablet OS? If yrs then can i use Flash Builder for coding Java? I am new to Flash Builder. Please help!!!
10-26-2010 08:43 AM
There is no Java VM running on the Tablet OS to run your Java app. There could be plan in the future to support it but at this time the answer is no.
Flash Builder does not come with the Java Development Tools (JDT). Since it's Eclipse based you should be able to install JDT to it. I haven't tried it though.
10-26-2010 10:32 AM
Hi, you can install the JDT directly from Flash Builder (Help > Install new Software)
- New (name: Eclipse, location: http://download.eclipse.org/releases/galileo/)
- Under Programming Languages, tick JDT and next next next finish yes yes yes blabla
Or you can download the Eclipse version for J2EE developpers and install the Flash Builder plugin on top of it
Hope this helps,
10-29-2010 12:02 AM - edited 10-29-2010 12:04 AM
I installed Flash Builder to Eclipse, but when I went to install the SDK it said it couldn't find the "sdks" and "dropins" folders. Any one else experence that?
Nevermind, the installer didn't actually look for Flash Builder, it just defaulted a folder. Thus I ended up with the wrong folder.