Installing Java Runtime Environment on OSX Yosemite
You can install Firebase CLI with a method that matches your operating system, experience level or use case. Regardless of how you install it, you will have access to the same functions and firebase command.
Many of the common tasks performed with the CLI, such as deploying to a Firebase project, require a project directory. This directory is established with the firebase init command. Typically, the project directory is the same as the root of the source control and, after running firebase init, it will contain a configuration file firebase.json.
The firebase init command guides you step by step through the configuration of the project directory and some Firebase products. During project initialization, the Firebase CLI prompts you for the following:
You can configure most of the Firebase Hosting options directly in the firebase.json file. However, for other Firebase services that can be deployed with Firebase CLI, the firebase init command creates specific files in which you can define the configuration of those services, such as an index.js file for Cloud Functions. You can also configure pre- or post-deployment hooks in the firebase.json file.
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In order to simply run a JAVA program, we need to have at least the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed. The JRE will only allow us to run programs once compiled. It would be the software (program) equivalent to the photography program that allows us to open the photos but in this case, the JRE will execute or in quotation marks “open” the JAVA programs.
In the case of wanting to develop programs with Java, we will need the JDK also known as Java Development Kit, which is simply a software (program) that provides the development tools for the creation of Java programs.
We will install the JDK because with the JRE we could only run the programs once compiled and with .class extension (What what? How? if it sounds like Chinese, do not worry because we will see it later).
The JRE, is composed by the Java Virtual Machine also known as JVM or Java Virtual Machine, a set of Java libraries and some components necessary for a Java application to be executed.
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This great tutorial is intended to get you started with the development of a plugin in Bukkit. It is impossible to do a complete tutorial of all the possibilities of creating a plugin in Bukkit, but I prefer a general overview of the basics. Start by making sure you understand Java, setting up your workspace in an IDE presents the essentials of most Bukkit plugins.
These tutorials require basic knowledge of the Java programming language. If you are just getting started with Java or need a refresher, take a look at the following links, they will help you tremendously!
Before developing a plugin (or learning Java), you will need to set up a development environment. This includes but is not limited to installing an IDE (Integrated Development Environment). The following tutorial contains instructions for the Eclipse IDE.
Right click on the folder with the name of your project in the Package Explorer pane on the left side of the screen and select Properties . Then select Java Build Path in the options box on the left. Click Add External JARs and navigate to where you downloaded the Bukkit API.
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The following sections attempt to explain the most common functions of GpsPrune, and how to use them. You can also find some potential problems and their solutions on the problems and solutions page and some demonstration videos showing the basic functions. Please use the email address at the bottom of this page if you have any questions or suggestions.
Please note that, during this HOWTO, if a key combination such as Ctrl-O or Ctrl-right arrow is mentioned, it is a combination specific to some platforms. Linux and Windows use the Ctrl (or control) key for these combinations, while Mac uses the ⌘ (Command or Clover) key. For simplicity Ctrl has been used in these descriptions.
The first steps to take will be to load some data, as without it GpsPrune can’t do much. Mainly there are three ways, from a text file, from an xml file or directly from the GPS. Each of them is described below: