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Best IDE for Struts

 
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Dear All,
I have just started on struts, can someone please suggest which is best IDE to use for editing, running,
debuging, maintaining versions, class designing for struts 2.

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IntelliJ or MyEclipse. (I don't know about NetBeans; maybe somebody else can chime in with its level of support.)
 
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I've not seen any good plugin for Netbeans for Struts 2...
 
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I use Eclipse with the Sysdeo plugin and Tomcat.
 
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(I think the OP was specifically asking about Struts 2 support, not container support.)
 
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Thanks David, Ankit and Richard,
I will take a look at Eclipse, IntelliJ or MyEclipse. And what about Maven? Is it good for class design and struts both?
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Sharmila Punde wrote:And what about Maven? Is it good for class design and struts both?


I'm not sure what the question means; Maven has nothing to do with class design or Struts (other than Struts uses Maven to build itself). It's "just" a build tool (with a learning curve once you venture beyond the basics).
 
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Thanks David for your reply,
Sorry, i was thinking Maven as class designing tool as well as editor! You are right, will come to know these things once go beyond basics.
 
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No need to apologize :)
 
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pff.. Netbeans rulez..
 
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Netbeans IDE.

I think netbeans ide is the best for struts. (Both practice and do some projects)
 
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Eswara Moorthy Nec wrote:Netbeans IDE.

I think netbeans ide is the best for struts. (Both practice and do some projects)



 
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i think Eclipse
 
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eclipse is best
Having some plugin is added advantage.
 
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Netbeans is an awesome one to use ,I am using it and it is really cool . If you want plugin see this post
This is same I asked here in JavaRanch

Even the if you dont want to go to above link get your plugin directly from
Netbean plugin for Struts 2

Enjoy

 
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hai buddy,
Cool ! Its too java tool only. I am working with eclipse. It has a intelligence like dot net. So we can easily learn and do work.
 
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I am using netbeans and it is very helpful
 
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