Independent Task: Create WolfScheduler
For the remainder of the tutorial, you’ll implement the first part of the WolfScheduler project.
- Create an Eclipse project
- Create a package
- Create a class
Best Practice: Integrated Development Environments (IDEs)
Use the Eclipse IDE to create a Java project, package, and class!
Eclipse Project, Package, and Class Creation
- Eclipse Project Creation - see Guided Task: Your First Eclipse Project - Create an Eclipse Project
- Eclipse Package Creation - see Guided Task: Your First Eclipse Project - Create a Package
- Eclipse Class Creation - see Guided Task: Your First Eclipse Project - Create a Class
Complete the following tasks to set up your
- Create a new project called
WolfScheduler. The project MUST have the exact name
WolfSchedulerwith a capital
Sor the automated grading will not work.
- Create a new package called
srcfolder of the
- Create a new Java class called
edu.ncsu.csc216.wolf_scheduler.coursepackage of the
Check Your Progress
Verify that your project has the following structure as shown in text and screenshot form, below. Note that in the screenshot of the Package Explorer the only visible part of the package name is
course due to IDE Customization.
WolfScheduler |-> src/ |-> edu.ncsu.csc216.wolf_scheduler.course |-> Course