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As with any new language or platform, you will need to install some new software and set up your computer appropriately. There are many different ways to run a successful BlackBerry project. RIM supports only Windows development, but it has done a good job of releasing tools that enable development on a variety of configurations. This section will focus on what I have found to be the simplest and most effective setup for independent development, with occasional notes for alternative choices you might consider.
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You will be developing in Java for the BlackBerry, but before we get that far, we need to make sure Java on your desktop is running properly. RIM uses Java for their toolchain the set of programs that will convert your application source files into a format that can run on the mobile device. Additionally, our Eclipse IDE requires a Java runtime environment. To see if Java is installed, open a command prompt. You can do this by clicking Start Run, typing cmd, and pressing enter. A black-and-white command prompt window will appear. Type java -version. You should see something like the following:
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java version "1.6.0_14" Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_14-b08) Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 14.0-b16, mixed mode, sharing)
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CHAPTER 1: Getting Started
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The specific version number isn t important, just getting a response. If Java is not installed or is not configured correctly, you will see an error like the following:
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'java' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
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To install Java, go to http://java.sun.com and look for the Java SE download. You only need to install the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). However, if you plan on doing other Java development besides BlackBerry, you can download the full Java Development Kit (JDK), which also includes the JRE. Tip: When installing any development software, I suggest you pick an install path that has no spaces in it. For example, instead of installing to c:\Program Files\Java, install to c:\dev\java. This will save you time in the future, as some Java programs and other useful utilities have a hard time working with files that have spaces in their name. Follow this rule for all the other downloads in this chapter, as well. Once you have downloaded and installed the JRE, try opening another command prompt and typing java -version again. If it still doesn t recognize the command, you probably need to add Java to your PATH environment variable. In Windows XP, you can access this by right-clicking on My Computer, selecting Properties, clicking the Advanced tab, and then clicking Environment Variables. Make sure the path to your installed java.exe directory is included in the PATH. This will probably be something like c:\dev\java\jre1.6.0_14\bin.
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Goldilocks and the Three IDEs
Once upon a time, a developer was evaluating which IDE to use when writing BlackBerry apps. First she tried the RIM JDE. Oh my! she exclaimed. This IDE is much too ugly! Then she tried Netbeans. This IDE doesn t understand BlackBerry, she complained. Finally, she installed Eclipse with the BlackBerry Plug-in. Ahhh, she smiled. This IDE is just right! The reality is that you can develop in any IDE that you want. The question is how much time and effort you will invest in getting everything to work right. I ve found that Eclipse is the best platform for doing serious development, and it has only gotten better and easier since RIM released their official Plug-in. I will be using Eclipse for my examples in the rest of this book, and I recommend installing it unless you are already doing BlackBerry development in another environment. To get started, go to http://eclipse.org. I suggest you download a recent release of the Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers. Depending on what other kinds of development you do, you may choose to use another package. This is fine, but Eclipse EE contains the most options and will give you the greatest flexibility.
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