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Best set of tools and technology

 
Luciano A. Pozzo
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Hi,

Today, what is the best and most productive set of tools and technology for develop a JSF application?

The scope is:

-IDE (Myeclipse, JDeveloper, etc);
-JSF Implementation (ADF, Sun JSF, etc);

Thank's
 
Freddy Wong
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I'll vote for JDeveloper + ADF. It has very rich AJAX-enabled components.
 
Eugene Abarquez
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I use MyFaces Tomahawk with Eclipse 3.2. I haven't tried out ADF though.
 
Luciano A. Pozzo
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Freddy,

The partial trigger really work? My friends used and said that it's not a good idea to use ADF components with Ajax (the partial trigger). Or are you using another toolkit together with ADF?
 
Vijay aRaghavan
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I vote for Java Studio Creator albeit I will move over to netbeans VWP apart in future. It takes a bit of doing to understand creator programming but once its customized the application development would be rapid - except creator at times reacts strangely and make you go bonkers
 
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