Google Plugin for Eclipse

Google Plugin for Eclipse 3.8/4.2(Juno) Installation Instructions

This procedure installs the Google Plugin for Eclipse and optionally the Android Developer Tools, the Google Web Toolkit SDK and the Google App Engine SDK.

  1. Start Eclipse, then select Help > Install New Software... In the dialog that appears, enter the update site URL into the Work with text box:

    https://dl.google.com/eclipse/plugin/4.2

    And press the enter key.

  2. The required component is Google Plugin for Eclipse. Select the checkbox next to Google Plugin for Eclipse(required).
    If you want to install the Android Developer Tools, select the checkbox next to Developer Tools.
    If you want to install the latest Google App Engine Java SDK, select the checkbox next to Google App Engine Engine Java SDK.
    If you want to install the developer tooling for Cloud Endpoints select the checkboxes next to Developer Tools and Google App Engine Tools for Android (Requires ADT).
    If you want to install GWT tooling, select the checkbox next to GWT Designer for the Google Plugin for Eclipse(recommended) and the Google Web Toolkit SDK.
    Click Next.

    Note: If you are installing the plugin on a multi-user install of Eclipse, please see this FAQ entry.

    Installing the SDKs is optional; you can always install them later on.

    If you are having trouble installing from the update site, please see this FAQ entry.

  3. Click OK on the Security Warning.

  4. Review the features that you are about to install. Click Next.
  5. Read the license agreements and then select I accept the terms of the license agreements. Click Finish.

  6. You will then be asked be asked if you would like to restart Eclipse. Click Restart Now.

  7. Now you are ready to build App Engine web applications and awesome mobile backends for your Android applications! If you encountered issues during the installation, please see the FAQ.

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