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Best Tools / IDE to use for REST?

 
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Am starting on a new project which is going to use REST based web services...

The app server we are planning on using is JBoss...

Am wondering what the *BEST* tool / IDE is to use to write REST based Java programs?

So, far its narrowed down to:

(1) NetBeans ( as referred from this doc): < http://dlc.sun.com/pdf/820-4867/820-4867.pdf >

(2) JBoss Developer Studio (for RESTEasy)

(3) Eclipse EE < http://www.eclipse.org/home/categories/index.php?category=enterprise >

(4) MyEclipse Pro ( as referred from this URL): < http://www.myeclipseide.com/documentation/quickstarts/webservices_rest/ >

Question(s):

(1) What is the difference between RESTEasy and Jersey?

(2) If the target deployment platform is JBoss should my team stick with JBoss Developer Studio?

With thanks...
 
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Hello, I recommend you'd have a look of IntelliJ IDEA.
 
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