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# Author: Denis Roy
# Date: 2005-06-16
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$pageTitle = "Getting started with AJDT";
$pageKeywords = "AspectJ, AJDT, Aspect Oriented Software Development, Eclipse, Contributors";
$pageAuthor = "Matt Chapman";
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<p>Welcome to this gentle introduction to AJDT, the AspectJ Development
Tools. It aims to serve as a guided reference to the other many resources
available, and also includes a few tips along the way.
<h3>What is it?</h3>
<p>Essentially, AJDT enables you to write AspectJ
code in Eclipse. You can read a bit more about this on the
<a href="description.php">description page.</a> If phrases like
"modularization of crosscutting concerns" sound a bit mysterious to you,
or you just want to learn more about the AspectJ language itself, then
you should head over to the <a href="/aspectj/">AspectJ project.</a> A
good place to start there is the
<a href="/aspectj/doc/released/progguide/index.html">Programming Guide</a> on
the <a href="/aspectj/docs.php">Documentation page.</a>
<h3>What does it look like?</h3>
<p>You'll see the odd screenshot dotted
about here and there, but it's better to see AJDT in action by
viewing some of the <a href="demos/">animated demos</a>.
<h3>How can I get it?</h3>
<p>So you've read the blurb and watched the
demos. Now would be the perfect time to try it out for yourself!
If you're not already running Eclipse, <a href="/downloads/">install that
first</a> (go for the latest stable release). Then visit the
<a href="downloads/">AJDT downloads</a> page and pick the most recent
stable release that matches the version of Eclipse you have. It's vital
you get a matching versions, so check the information carefully. You
can install AJDT either by getting the zip file and unzipping it into
your eclipse directory, or (and probably easier) you can use the URL
listed on the download page in the Eclipse Update Manager. You can
access this via <code>Help &gt; Software Updates &gt; Find And Install...</code>
<p><em>How do I use it?</em>
<p><em>What else should I know?</em>
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