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    Best IDE with "Intellisense" ?


    Guys,

    What IDE do you use for writing JSP code? I've found quite a few IDE's that handle java programming quite well, and that includes the servlets, but once we get into the JSP space things get rough.

    I'm looking for something that would support "intellisense", showing the methods in a class etc. I've been checking out Forte for Java and this works on the java methods, but if I include a bean of my own and want to call one of it's methods or change the property of one of it's members the "autocomplete" stuff doesnt show (list of all methods), what you usually get when you type in the class name and a dot. For example typing in System.out. will bring out a popup with all the methods there.

    I hope I'm making sense here, but let me know if I need to clarify...

    cheers,
    Daniel
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    I think Eclipse may do what you are looking for. I haven't been using it long and am a bit new to Java, so I am not certain. You can find it at www.eclipse.org if you aren't already familiar with it.
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    I use Xemacs and a batch file
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    I use JCreator for all my Java coding. It seems to work pretty well for me!

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