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Installing the Google Plugin for Eclipse Juno in Ubuntu

Installing Google Plugin for Eclipse Juno in Ubuntu
I have been using the Eclipse Indigo in Ubuntu for a long time. Recently, I decided to start with the all new Eclipse Juno. It's faster than the previous Eclipse Indigo and the UI is much much improved. I do most of my developments with Google products like Google App Engine and Android platforms. The following steps could be followed if you want to install the entire Google Plugins for Eclipse Juno in Ubuntu. To avoid the whole mess of downloading and installing together, we'll do all the possible downloading part beforehand and then go ahead with the installation part.

  1. Download Eclipse Juno for Linux.
  2. Download the Android sdk for Linux and extract it. 
  3. Download the latest archive of Google Plugins of Eclipse. Just download and unzip it, don't proceed to installation.
  4. Download the App Engine SDK for Java
  5. We are done with all the offline downloads possible. Now we move on to the installation part. It's a cake-walk if you follow the following steps 'in sequence'.
  6. Start Eclipse, then go to Help> Install New Software
  7. Click the Add button.
  8. In the dialog box that appears add the url below as the Location with the Name field as "ADT Plugin"      
  9. Follow the instruction and complete the installation of all the offered packages.
  10. Restart eclipse and go to Window > Preferences > Android > SDK Location and browse to the url where you extracted the Android sdk for Linux ( in step 2 ). Close the window. 
  11. Open the Android SDK Manager from the toolbar ( the icon with the android's head and a down arrow ). Install the Android SDK Platform - Tools and any one of the Android Version APIs ( I installed Android 4.1 ).
  12. When you are done you can follow the remaining steps Google Plugins Install from Archive Guide.
  13. After that open eclipse and choose Window > Preferences > Google > App Engine > Add Set the path to the App Engine SDK package we downloaded in Step 4 and press 'Ok'.

That's it and you are done!


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