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JSP 2.0 Eclipse Plugin and other resources

Rajiv Arora
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Hi everyone,

I am used to programming in Java using Eclipse on Mac/Win, but pretty new to JSP 2.0 and the related technologies. So I just wanted to have an opinion from you all in terms of the favored Eclipse plugins for JSP (free/opensource preferred), as the IDE seems to be pretty unfriendly without any extra plugins.

Also, I would appreciate if you could share with me some good resources for quickly learning JSP 2.0 as I am planning to work on a MVC project for which I need to have the necessary skills.

Thanks in advance !!
Kamal
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This question is more appropriate for the IDEs forum, so I've moved it there for you.
 
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
 
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