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IDE for struts application

 
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Please can anybody suggest me which IDE is best for struts application.
I am currently using Eclipse 3.2
but i am confused for IntelliJIdea or NetBeans's latest release.
Please help me.

thanks for all your support.
[ August 25, 2006: Message edited by: Vaibhav Chauhan ]
 
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Eclipse with the MyEclipse workbench is my choice.
 
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if you are looking for a free / low budget option, choose Eclipse / MyEclipse.

if you are evaluating without this restriction, intellij-idea would be my choice. specially the jsp / hmtl / css option are so advanced (over Eclipse / MyEclipse).

but if you are just starting struts / java-development (which i assume) - go ahead, take any ide, it's all fine to start with.

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Exadel and MyeclipseIDE has good support for jsf , but both of them are commerical and you need to pay for them.
instead you can use Netbeans (it has a basic support for Struts) or Jdeveloper which has an brilliant support for Struts.

you can download Jdeveloper from http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/jdev/

you may get 10.1.3.1 developer preview which is the most complete Oracle Jdeveloper upto now.
 
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