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Java Resources


  • Becker Robots - site of the Becker robots that can be used to teach object oriented programming concepts in Java.
  • BlueJ IDE - Java IDE (free) with a UML style project interface, emphasizes objects first teaching.
  • DJ Decompiler - decompile any class file to obtain the original Java source code.
  • DrJava IDE - Java IDE (free) with an interactive pane for testing code snippets.
  • Eclipse IDE - A popular, open source (free) IDE. See wikipedia
  • Image and Sound Processing - an open source programming language and environment for people who want to program images, animation, and sound
  • JCreator - Java IDE (free) that is simple and fast.
  • Lightweight Java Game Library
  • Oracle's Java Site - All core downloads as well as documentation are on this site.
  • RoboCode - Make a virtual Battle Robot. This program allows students (and you) to write the AI for a Battle Bot in Java. This is a fun way for students to learn about Java. It makes for a fun Friday afternoon activity with a projector.


If you know of any good resources that should be added to this list, please email pbeens@gmail.com with details or to ask to get added to the list of collaborators.