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Are there any decent plugins for JSF?
 
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i think myeclipse now is support jsf
 
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Originally posted by Chris Gastin:
Are there any decent plugins for JSF?



Here! You can find a list of available Eclipse plugin for JSF... Among them, Java Server Faces Console of famous author, Mr.James Holmes, might be worth to try...

Just my 2 cents...
 
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I too have the same question. JSF console , doesn't provide drag-n-drop (d-n-d) feature for jsf components like in Sun Java Studio Creator or IBM WSAD.
Then there is Exadel's JSF Studio which integrated with Eclipse , but costs around 500 USD. Has someone come across a free JSF plugin with d-n-d support.
 
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Originally posted by Alvin chew.

i think myeclipse now is support jsf



MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench Version: 3.8.1 supports

Java Server Faces (JSF) configuration Editor - JSF 1.1 library upgrade from JSP 1.0.
 
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Originally posted by Surasak Leenapongpanit:


MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench Version: 3.8.1 supports

Java Server Faces (JSF) configuration Editor - JSF 1.1 library upgrade from JSP 1.0.



But I feel like MyEclipse is hard to use and its JSF support is not that mature yet... But a great one, which is Exadel's JSF Studio, is pretty expensive to spend for personal use as well...
 
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Thanks guys
 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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