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recommended IDE for Struts 2?

 
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Hello All,

What is recommended IDE for Struts 2? .. I am using NetBeans 6.9 ..but it seems like not ready for Struts 2 .. (it only have library for Struts 1.3.8)
please advise

thanks
Luc
 
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Both MyEclipse and IntelliJ have S2 support; I don't know what the current state of NetBeans support is, or if anyone is planning something.
 
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Thanks..
BTW.. I am very new to Struts ..do I need to start from Struts 1 and then go to Struts 2 or just go to Struts 2?

many thanks in advance

Regards
Luc
 
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They're completely different frameworks--if you can avoid Struts 1, I would avoid it.
 
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Hi David,

Thanks a lot!..
I would leave Struts 1 and go to Struts 2 ..

Regards
Luc
 
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Eclipse (Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers) works good and is available for free. You can download from http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/.

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Raghuram
 
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Eclipse has no Struts 2 support; MyEclipse, based on Eclipse, does, as I mentioned above.
 
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