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What is the best IDE to have to develop Web Application in Java?

I have Eclipse, but I could not use it for JSP (i.e. completion are not available)

I would like to know support provided by Eclipse for JSP and Servlets ?
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> I would like to know support provided by Eclipse for JSP and Servlets ?

This should answer that :
http://www.eclipse-workbench.com/jsp/

There are a lot of IDE's which can do that for you but I have few which I like :

JBuilder Fondation X which is free :
http://www.borland.com/jbuilder/foundation/index.html

This is my personal favorite :

Intelli J IDEA :
http://www.jetbrains.com/

IntelliJ has good support for JSP :
http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/features/jsp_support.html

Hope that helps . . .
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You must be something of an expert by now on Java IDEs Javatm - for reasons some of us know, but which perhaps you ought to repeat? ;-)
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: )

It's nice to see yah again my friend, See yah there if I can get to the Genious Level . . .

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When you're working with JSPs, it also matters whether you're using Tomcat, Websphere, Weblogic, etc - if you wanna use Eclipse's support, its fine. Otherwise, some App Servers come with real good IDEs, like Websphere Studio, Weblogic workshop, etc.
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Anybody know which (if any) are *not* written in Java?
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I don't know if there are any ;-)

If they have to do things like adding new packages, having Java/ J2EE and other perspectives, compiling/ running, etc - it might as well be easier to make them using Java.
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Java is one of the last languages i would want my IDE to be written in ;-)
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> Anybody know which (if any) are *not* written in Java?

Gel is certainly not made in Java, I think it was made from Visual.NET :
http://www.gexperts.com/

JCreator is also not made in Java, It was built 1st in C++ :
http://www.jcreator.com/

Hope that helps . . .
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Thanks Javatm, i hadn't heard of the first and didn't know the second was written in C++
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Got from

http://www.eclipse-workbench.com/jsp/

that eclipse does not support JSP then what is the use of webapps plugin?

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I guess it does support. Anyway, Eclipse also has a Tomcat plug-in which can be configured with it.
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> Thanks Javatm, i hadn't heard of the first and didn't know the second was written in C++

Always glad to helps . . .
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There are several pluginns(web) for Eclipse but if you really want complete support to JSP then use :

http://www.eclipse-workbench.com/jsp/faq_detail.jsp?cat=16&id=9

IBM Websphere Studio and branded edition of Eclipse :
http://www-306.ibm.com/software/info1/websphere/index.jsp

You can always try any IDE available on the market.

Hope that helps . . .
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>> IBM Websphere Studio and branded edition of Eclipse

That's the thing I LOVE :-)
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Please proceed with that recommendation.
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