To quickly start using Jeliot 3 just click on one of the buttons below (you can explore other installing options in the Downloads section):
Jeliot 3 has been officially presented at the National Taiwan Normal Univeristy at Taipei. Possible localization of Jeliot 3 for Asian countries in the works
Module for moodle released. Now you can add Jeliot 3 activities to your moodle courses. Read more
Some bugs related to the Scanner methods have prompt us to release Jeliot 3.7.2 . A newer Java Virtual Machine (Java 1.5 aka Java 5) is included in the Windows executable bundle. Try it now straight away, or download it.
A new semester starts and we have a new version ready for you and your students. Jeliot 3.7.1 is out now. Try it now straight away, or download it. Now Jeliot 3 features improved Run until option. Check what's new.
Jeliot team will be present at this year ITiCSE taking part in the "The Incorporation of Algorithm Visualization in Computer Science Hypertextbooks" working group. We will be at the associated Program Visualization Workshop presenting new ideas and results. See you there!
After six months without any release, we are proud to announce the May Day release, including several bug fixes, and a brand new feature: automatic question generation. You can check for the updated BlueJ extension, and the Web Start application
Andrés is back from this year's Koli Calling, where he has been demo-ing Jeliot 3 to the atendees. People as Raymond Lister, Sally Fincher and other got their first impressions on Jeliot 3. And they seemed to like it.
But it is not only that. Andrés had also the opportunity to meet people who has developed nice tools that can be used, or will be used, along Jeliot 3. Colin Johnson and one of his master´s students has developed a nice extension for BlueJ, which enables its users to check or find the roles of variables, it should be available soon. Thus, check the roles of variables first in your program and then visualize it from the very same place, BlueJ.
We also got in touch with the fine guys from Tampere University. They have developed Javala[fi] and VIP. Javala is an online competition to learn Java, currently in Finnish. We have planned to connect it to Jeliot 3, players will be able to visualize their programs in Jeliot 3 effortlessly. VIP is a similar program animation tool but used to animate a subset of C++ language. We intend to use their interpreter as the basis for making Jeliot able to animate C++ code!!! Souds interesting? If you think so, you can contact us to find out how to help us.
Try out EJE (Editing Java Easily), a very interesting editor for Java, that features Jeliot 3 as a plugin!!!
New Jeliot version released. As always update your version to get the new goodies. You can get it from the downloads section, or straigth from the Jeliot buttons in the main page. Do not forget to check what is new in this version.
Jeliot 3 will be present at following ICALT conference. We will show our views on program animation and adaptivity. We hope to see you at Taiwan!!
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