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J/Link Support with Wolfram Workbench

This screencast explains some of the features for working with Java and Mathematica in Workbench.

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Adam Berry
Version control of projects is an essential aspect of modern software development. This screencast shows how to install subversion support into Wolfram Workbench.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Watch a demonstration of Workbench support for gridMathematica. It shows you how to debug your parallel applications and how to carry out a performance analysis.
Tom Wickham-Jones
This screencast gives an overview of launching Workbench and a basic introduction to some of its tools and key concepts, including the help system.
Tom Wickham-Jones
This screencast explains some of the features for working with Java and Mathematica in Workbench.
Tom Wickham-Jones
In this screencast, you'll see how to create and work with projects in Workbench and learn about some of the many features for working with Mathematica code.
Tom Wickham-Jones
This screencast demonstrates how to carry out a performance analysis of your Mathematica code as it runs with Workbench.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Watch a demonstration of Workbench's tools for migrating packages to Mathematica.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Watch a demonstration of Workbench's Mathematica Export Wizard.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Watch a demonstration of the unit tester feature of Workbench.
Adam Berry
This screencast shows how to use Workbench to develop documentation for your Mathematica application.
Jamie Williams, Wiktor Macura
Wolfram Workbench, a software engineering and deployment tool, is used in Wolfram|Alpha for various functions, from data curation and quality assurance to documentation and framework development. Learn more in this video.
Tom Wickham-Jones
This screencast shows how to run and debug your code with Wolfram Workbench.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Mathematica is the ultimate build-to-deploy environment for projects of all scales. In this video, Tom Wickham-Jones gives a brief overview of multi-scale development with Mathematica.