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J2ee Editors

L Ganesh
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Joined: Jul 10, 2008
Posts: 30
Hi All,
Any good editor to start of with J2ee development
i need to develop a full fledged J2ee application
i want to know which are the tool would be helpful to me.
since i am fairly new, kindly help me out

Thanks

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Ganesh
SCJP 1.6


Ganesh
SCJP 1.6
Matteo Di Furia
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Joined: Jun 20, 2008
Posts: 102
Try Eclipse, free and fantastic !
L Ganesh
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Joined: Jul 10, 2008
Posts: 30
Yup!!
i have eclipse and have been using it for all my java development
but i need some webpage designer tool too..


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Ganesh
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Matteo Di Furia
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Joined: Jun 20, 2008
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If you can afford it, I find DreamWeaver to be great. Else, you could try Amaya, free and WYSIWYG, but less powerfull and complete. Just to build the page structure, you should adjust the code by hand after (I suggest to do so with any WYSIWYG editor you use).
Jesper de Jong
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The two most used IDEs for Java are Eclipse and NetBeans. Both have support for Java EE, but you need the right set of plugins.


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