Any good (possibly free and/or visual) JSP editor ...

Discussion in 'Java' started by Jimmy, May 29, 2007.

  1. Jimmy

    Jimmy Guest

    Is there any good JSP editor? Need one to position HTML component and
    possibly by drag-and-drop to encapsulate one component inside another.

    Thanks,
    Jimmy
    P.S.
    Got some legacy JSP code with thousands of line ... getting bit tired
    to edit them through VI.
    Jimmy, May 29, 2007
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  2. Jimmy

    pundeerd

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    You may find it iin Exadel,JBuilder,Net Beans to name a few..

    Cheers!!
    pundeerd, May 29, 2007
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    David Segall Guest

    Jimmy <> wrote:

    >Is there any good JSP editor?

    NetBeans <www.netbeans.org> "understands" JSP and is open source.
    > Need one to position HTML component and
    >possibly by drag-and-drop to encapsulate one component inside another.

    The Visual Web Pack for NetBeans will do this but only for JSF pages.
    David Segall, May 30, 2007
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  4. Jimmy

    Jani Tiainen Guest

    Jimmy kirjoitti:
    > Is there any good JSP editor? Need one to position HTML component and
    > possibly by drag-and-drop to encapsulate one component inside another.


    Well, layouting HTML is not trivial, specially variety of CSS
    implementations makes it more than pain in the butt.

    Not to mention that if your JSP contain states, how you edit without
    having your page in some spesific state? gVim++ is not bad choice for
    editing... :)

    --

    Jani Tiainen
    Jani Tiainen, May 30, 2007
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  5. Jimmy

    bugbear Guest

    Jimmy wrote:
    > Is there any good JSP editor? Need one to position HTML component and
    > possibly by drag-and-drop to encapsulate one component inside another.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Jimmy
    > P.S.
    > Got some legacy JSP code with thousands of line ... getting bit tired
    > to edit them through VI.
    >


    You might find that an HTML editor might serve, since JSP
    is (in one interpretation) just HTML with some extra
    embedded "stuff".

    BugBear
    bugbear, May 30, 2007
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