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 ====== Setting up a ContextNet Project ====== ====== Setting up a ContextNet Project ======
-The ContextNet ​virtual machine already has a pre-configured environment using Eclipse. Setting ​up a ContextNet application ​in this environment ​is straightforward. ​In Eclipseright click in your project and choose ​the ''​Properties''​ option. Now navigate to ''​Java Build Path''​ and click the ''​Library''​ tab.  Left click on the ''​Add Library''​ button and choose ''​User Library''​. Finallymark the ''​ContextNet''​ library and press ok, and apply the changes. The screenshots below illustrate this process.+After downloading the ContextNet ​middleware library, setting ​up a ContextNet application is straightforward. ​For this tutorialwe will use the Eclipse IDE environmenthowever it works with other IDEs (NetBeansIntelliJ) ​and text
  
-{{:screenshot-properties_for_hellomobile_.png?direct&​307|}} +First create an empty Java Project. Then, right-click the project and choose the ''​Properties''​ option. Now navigate to ''​Java Build Path''​ (in the left menu) and click the ''​Library''​ tab.  Left click on the ''​Add External JARS''​ button and navigate and choose the JAR library. The screenshots below illustrate this process. 
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