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Abiodun Adisa
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Please what is the best IDE for JSf
Adeel Ansari
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Sun Java Studio Creator
Gregg Bolinger
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There is no right or wrong answer to that question. Everyone feels that the IDE/Editor they use and feel comfortable with is the best. You might consider asking more specific questions in the future. In the meantime you can search this and the IDE forum for many many similar discussions in the recent past.


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Abiodun Adisa
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You are wrong in saying that sheriff, Actually some IDEs are better than others, IDEs are like cars they help you in getting to your destination, some take you there faster some slower some it has everything built in , some you have to install plugins, all i did was ask a question to get a general view, or is there Something wrong in that???
Abiodun Adisa
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And asari was right , Sun Java Studio is the best cos i have tried the big 4 IDE
Jbuilder
Eclipse
IntelliJ
Gregg Bolinger
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Originally posted by Abiodun Oyesiji:
And asari was right , Sun Java Studio is the best cos i have tried the big 4 IDE
Jbuilder
Eclipse
IntelliJ


Then why did you ask?
Gregg Bolinger
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Originally posted by Abiodun Oyesiji:
You are wrong in saying that sheriff, Actually some IDEs are better than others, IDEs are like cars they help you in getting to your destination, some take you there faster some slower some it has everything built in , some you have to install plugins, all i did was ask a question to get a general view, or is there Something wrong in that???


IDE's are like cars. I like Chevy's. Maybe you like Fords. Nothing wrong with asking. I was mearly suggesting you glance at other threads over the same topic to get more information.
Prem Khan
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I just started useing oracle J Developer, its pretty decent, and i has its own implmentation of JSF called oracle ADF Faces.
Gregg Bolinger
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Originally posted by Shawn DeSarkar:
I just started useing oracle J Developer, its pretty decent, and i has its own implmentation of JSF called oracle ADF Faces.


On a side note, I took a look at ADF the other day and there are some good components coming in the recent release. It's also important to know that you can use ADF outside of JDevelopor with any IDE or Editor. As long as they stay non-commercial I'd be willing to utalize them.
Rick Beaver
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One person's "sux" is another person's "rox"

It is all about what you prefer (or in my case what my boss prefers )


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Varun Khanna
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Originally posted by Rick Beaver:
One person's "sux" is another person's "rox"

It is all about what you prefer (or in my case what my boss prefers )




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Gregg Bolinger
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Originally posted by Rick Beaver:
One person's "sux" is another person's "rox"

It is all about what you prefer (or in my case what my boss prefers )


I love it when someone comes in and says what I already said. :roll: Come on Rick. You are more creative than that.
Adeel Ansari
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Originally posted by Adeel Ansari:
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But I use Eclipse, no matter its JSF or something else. Tried JDeveloper as well but it is very poor in refactoring. May be its just me.
Robert Hayes
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Another vote for JDeveloper 10.1.3 (even though it's a preview version). Free with tons of features not included in other IDEs.

There seems to be a bug with my Mac version, but it is very good for JSF on Windows and Linux.
 
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