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Hi all,
can anybody suggest me some free gui delopment tool for jsp.
like DreamWeaver can be an good option,but it is not free

Thanks
 
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Try Eclipse, with the free NitroX Plugin for Eclipse or NetBeans.

HTML Kit has also got a JSP Plugin.

Hope this helps.
 
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Hi Keerti,

I think.. by using the latest version of Jbuilder we can do so..

I hope I am not wrong :-)
 
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JBuilder is not free !!!
 
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JBuilder does come in a free version but that one has no specific JSP editor.
I think it does have a limited HTML editor though which you can use to some effect to edit JSPs.

The developer version of JBuilder has a great JSP editor though, if you use it professionally you'll quickly earn back the purchase price in increased productivity.
 
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