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Which tools can be used to develop jsp Projects ?
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eclipse
http://www.eclipse.org/

you can get plugins to make it even better
http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/index_project.php

you can also just use notepad :)
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by:boonleng
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If use Eclipse, then is best that you add in the Web Tool plugin
http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/
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by:Siva Prasanna Kumar
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Excadel studio(free) and Myeclipse are two very good Plugins you can try them.
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I am using NetBeans. It works fine too.
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by:colr__
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Im a Netbeans fan...

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by:tr1l0b1t
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'MyEclipse', is in my opinion the most complete and easy to use J2EE IDE
with a WYSIWYG JSP Editor, visual Struts/JSF navigation design, UML,
Database explorer, etc ... (not free, but very cheap).

The free 'Exadel Studio' version doesn't include a WYSIWYG JSP Editor.
'NetBeans' and 'Sun Java Studio Creator' eat lots of resources.
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IBM's Rational Web Developer (or Application Developer or Software Architect) is essentially Eclipse with a gazillion plugins to do all sorts of weird & wonderful things you always wanted to do with your apps. Of course, it's not free (unless you're a student), as are Eclipse, Netbeans, etc., but it sure is complete!
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