Frank Wienberg edited this page Mar 14, 2014 · 2 revisions


Using Jangaroo for your own website or project is easy. To describe the necessary steps to use the compiler and translate Jangaroo source code to JavaScript 1.x, this tutorial will walk you through a simple "Hello World" example.


To use the Jangaroo compiler, you need to download and install Maven 3. Maven again needs a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) or the corresponding JDK. We recommend using JDK 7, available from Oracle. Make sure your JAVA_HOME environment variable points to the JRE/JDK installation directory.

Now, please create a directory where you want to store your project files. We will refer to its location as _PROJECT_HOME_ for the remainder of this tutorial.

Once you are all set, you should have a look at the project directory structure.

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