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André Asantos
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hi all,

please,

there is a gilr that asked me for a way to show a view of the program developed (e.g Dreamweaver, an HTML page is shown during the development...) can be
a Eclipe's plugin?

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Your question would be better suited on the IDE forums. I will move this thread there for you.
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There is a built in browser for eclipse.
Right click on the html page->Open with->Web Page Editor
 
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Hi,
interesting...

I believe the suggestion open with does not work... I tried that but I did not get to do...

Thanks in advance!




take care,
AS
 
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It might not work if you don't have the right plugins installed in Eclipse. Are you using the plain Eclipse; do you have things like the Web Tools Platform (WTP) installed and other Java EE development tools installed in your Eclipse?

You can install additional plugins in Eclipse by selecting Help / Install New Software.
 
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