JUDO is a Java IDE for children and beginning programmers. It is very easy to use and has a very simple interface. It was designed to be used as a teaching aid for teaching programming classes to children. The programs you create with JUDO can be graphical, text input/output, or both. All you need to do to write a JUDO program is write a simple void main() function.
|Tags||education multimedia Graphics Software Development Text Editors Integrated Development Environments (IDE)|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Multiple language support: English, Spanish, French, Slovenian, and Indonesian. The source code has been moved to GitHub. There is a new sample program (a game: "Look Out!"). File operations for storing to floppy disk have been removed.
Release Notes: Many additions to the functions available to the user, including the ability to read mouse movements, mouse clicks, and keyboard presses. This release includes new math, drawing, strings, time, and color functions. You no longer need to set the program type, there is an improved help system, and runtime errors are displayed.
Release Notes: This release only affects Linux users. All known Linux bugs are fixed: A curly braces error, and the user input error (two returns being read when the return key is pressed). The help pages are now displaying correctly.
Release Notes: Lots of documentation (including a complete tutorial) added under the Help menu.