Java Eclipse Tutorial – Part 11: Exporting Projects

In this video tutorial, I will show you how to export Eclipse projects.

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# Video Length
1 Installing the Eclipse IDE 03:18
2 Create a Java Application with Eclipse 03:44
3 Exploring the Eclipse User Interface 04:50
4.1 Searching and Navigating Source Code (part 1) 04:18
4.2 Searching and Navigating Source Code (part 2) 06:06
5 Generating Java Source Code 05:12
6.1 Refactoring Code - Extract Constants and Variables 04:13
6.2 Refactoring Code - Extract Methods, Rename Methods and Variables 04:19
7 Debugging Java Source Code 04:34
8 Adding JAR Files 05:17
9 Running JUnit Tests 05:08
10 Importing Projects 01:45
11 Exporting Projects 01:34
12 Setting Eclipse Preferences 04:09
Total 58:27

 

Video Transcript

Time – 00:00
Hi this is Chad (shod) with luv2code.com. Welcome back to another tutorial on Eclipse. In this video you will learn how to export Eclipse projects.

Time – 00:10
When you want to share your project with other developers, you can simply export the project. Eclipse will create a zip file of your project and this will include your source code and project settings. Another developer will be able to use your project by simply importing the project. If you’d like to learn how to import a project, check out my other video on importing projects.

Time – 00:30
To export your project, right click the project and select export. Then go to general, choose archive file, click next. Choose browse and give it a file name. In this example we’ll give demo-test.zip. Hit save and go ahead and click the option to Use Zip. Once that’s finished, go ahead and select finish.

Time – 01:08
At this point, Eclipse created a zip file for you on your file system. Let’s go to our file system and verify that the file is there. Here you can see demotest.zip. This project was exported successfully.

Time – 01:24
All righty. This wraps up our video on exporting projects in Eclipse. Please subscribe to our channel to view more videos on Eclipse. Also click the thumbs up to like our video. Finally, visit our website luv2code.com to download Java source code.

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