Test Java samples in fly
We all need to test java samples to learn new programming technologies, but the testing consumes a lot of our time because we normally don't know which sample is suitable for us, we have to test them one by one.
If a sample contains multiple java files, we need more time to deal with it, because we have to create a project by a Java IDE (or other ways), otherwise those java files even cannot be compiled.
Is there an idea which can test java samples in fly?
The answer is "Yes".
Java launcher is a powerful and unique Java tool so far which can help you to do that easily.
The software contains eight main features, you can use three of them to implement your requirements, other five features are also very useful.
Those three features are
* Compile thousands of Java files by just one right-clicking in Windows explorer
* Execute thousands of applications and applets by just one right-clicking in Windows explorer
* Debug thousands of applications and applets by just one right-clicking in Windows explorer
You do not need to create any project or bat file, you can simply compile, execute and debug thousands Java samples in Windows explorer directly, all are in fly.
Click here to fly
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