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Hi there,

I haven't worked in Java for a while and I want to go back to it.
Can someone please recommend an IDE software that is good for Java Development. I am interested in struts.

Things like autocompleters would probably be very helpful.

Any responses would be greatly appreciated!

Thank You,
Tim

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netbeans has auto-complete, granted a little slow. it now also has UML development. and the wysiwyg (what you see is what you get) swing is a plus, but not useful for everything.

i use bluej, mostly because my school does at the moment, and i like the code panel.

IDE's are usually used based on personal preference

i am unfamiliar with struts, a couple of sentences on the subject may help or i'll just look them up.

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Another good java IDE would be eclipse, it has a lot of plug-ins available so you will probably find something to help you with struts.

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and please don't use Struts.
There are far better alternatives out there, and pretty much everyone wants it to die a slow and horrible death.

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