B4J is a 100% free development tool for desktop, server and IoT solutions.
With B4J you can easily create desktop applications (UI), console programs (non-UI) and server solutions.
The compiled apps can run on Windows, Mac, Linux and ARM boards (such as Raspberry Pi).
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1. Java JDK v8 (8u40+)
- Open the Java 8 JDK download link.
- Check the Accept License Agreement button.
- Select "Windows x86" or "Windows x64" (for 64 bit machines) in the platforms list.
- Download the file and install it.
2. Install and configure B4J
- Download B4J Full Version
- Open B4J.
- Choose Tools > Configure Paths.
- Use the Browse button to locate "javac.exe".
javac is located under <java folder>\bin.
3. Next Steps
- Join our community
- Use the site search feature (top right corner). It works!
- Documentation Index
- Tutorials List
- B4X Programming Language and IDE (pdf)
- Beginner's Guide (pdf)
- Getting Started Examples
- (video) Introduction
- (video) Installation & Configuration
- (video) Explore the IDE
- (video) Foundation
- (video) B4J-Bridge (remote debugging)
- (video) UI App / Designer
- (video) WebApp / IoT with Raspberry Pi
- (video) IoT Modification of Code on Raspberry Pi
- B4J Forum
- UI App (JavaFX) Tutorial
- Working with files
- Nodes / Views / Controls - Tips
- B4J tutorial for Basic4android developers
- Web Apps Overview
- Teaching Programming With B4X