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|You want to…||Get started with jMonkeyEngine||Use jMonkeyEngine in another IDE||Build custom engine from sources|
|Then download…||jMonkeyEngine SDK||Binaries||Sources (Subversion)|
|You receive…||Sources, binaries, javadoc, SDK||Latest stable binary build, sources, javadoc.||Sources|
|Learn more here…|| Using the SDK |
| Setting up jME3 with maven compatible IDEs * |
Setting up JME3 in the NetBeans IDE *
Setting up JME3 in the Eclipse IDE *
Setting up JME3 in the Eclipse IDE (with Android and/or JNI/NDK) *
| Building JME3 from the Sources
Building JME3 from the sources with NetBeans
Setting up JME3 on the commandline
(*) The SDK creates Ant-based projects that any Java IDE can import. We recommend users of other IDEs to also download the jMonkeyEngine SDK and choose "File→Import Project→External Project Assets" to create a codeless project for managing assets only. This way you can code in the IDE of your choice, and use the SDK to convert your models to .j3o format.
After downloading and installing, bookmark the jME Documentation page and start writing your first game!
Are you an experienced Java developer who wants to add new features or contribute patches to the jME3 project?
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