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Hussein Baghdadi
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Hey all.
I am just wondering about dreamweaver studio.
is it a vital tool to a JSP developer ?
is it a tool that a serious JSP developer should use ?
as I know, its provide a great support for JSP development (Marty Hall says that he uses this tool).
I have to admit that creating an HTML page and embbed some JSP syntas is a complex task
(at least to me).
Fred Grott
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Joined: Oct 05, 2002
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you might be better off with an ide that supports the lomboz plugin..

Eclipse is one and I thnk there is also suport for Netbeans..

gives full jsp editing


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Hussein Baghdadi
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Dreamwaever supports building of HTML pages in D&D way and maybe this is an advantages over editing JSP manually.
Lisa D'Aniello
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Joined: Sep 25, 2003
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Hi John,

Dreamweaver is my favorite for laying out the physical appearance of my page.

It is my least favorite for just about anything else.
 
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