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IDE's Anyone? Art of Java Web Development (for Neal Ford)

 
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Hi,
What IDE would you say best supports struts development projects (if any), or are you more of a notepad man?
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Jamie
 
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Hi Jamie,
I think WSAD did a good job on developing Web applications (including Structs) together with EJB applications.
You may try to download a trial version and make a try on that.
I dont know whether another IDE product: Eclipse provides any plug-in modules that supports Structs, but if it did, you may also try Eclipse.
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Here is the list of IDEs, GUIs and Code Generators that supports Struts... I once bookmarked it, when I started to learn about the struts... At that time, I was using JBuilder to implement struts.... Hope it's useful for you guys...
http://jakarta.apache.org/struts/resources/tools.html
 
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What IDE would you say best supports struts development projects (if any),


I prefer JBuilder first, followed by Eclipse. Some in my office like Eclipse better (it may be based on what you are used to).

are you more of a notepad man


Notepad is evil! At least use JEdit!!
 
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