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Learning Mobile App Development: A Hands-on Guide to Building Apps with iOS and Android by Michael Eierman, Jakob Iversen

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Downloading Eclipse

Now that Java is installed you can install Eclipse. Follow the next steps to download the proper package:

1. Navigate your browser to www.eclipse.org/downloads/. Find Eclipse Standard and select the version that matches your machine on the right. The website will detect the basic type of OS you are using, so you should be able to click the proper version on the right.

2. After you select a version of Eclipse, a new page asks you to select a mirror site to download from. You can select the default at the top of the page or navigate down the page to a mirror site closer to where you are located. The download is large (around 190MB) and can take a long time, so selecting a site closer to your location is advantageous.

3. After ...

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