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Dave Van Even
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howdy
In ASP.NET you can drag some HTML control on a page, double click it and put in some code. I kind of like that idea...
I was kind of wondering wether there is a simular event driven way of dealing with HTML controls in java ?
I've done all my best to make our company switch to J2EE (as this is what I know and what I like best) but they fell for .NET's easyness and Visual Studio.NET (which is a great editor btw)

Why the heck isn't there a single decent editor to help us out with STRUTS ? Where are JavaServer Faces ? What ARE JavaServer Faces ? When is the spec. finally ready ?
Where are some great tag libs to quickly develop websites and seperate code from HTML ? Where are some great taglibs that can be used by tools (like VS.NET)
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Wait for your grandchild get married, it would be there.
That is a traditional Unix developers' mentality, which made MS so successful. There would be no change for a long long time. There is an exception, which is Mac OS X. I hope and pray for them.
 
Joe Pardi
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A good JSP IDE is IntelliJ IDEA and also Allaire JRun Studio (since been repackaged under the Macromedia product family).
Neither has as good drag-n-drop support like VS.Net but they're certainly good enough to be as productive.
As for a decent tag library, check out dotJ ( http://www.dotjonline.com ). It has some tags that are equivalent to ASP.Net's, like ad rotator, datagrid, and the HTML form controls.
Good luck ...
 
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