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    Dreamviewer

    Is dream viewer is the best platform to design using jsp.

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    Dreamweaver is designed to or is even capable of completely removing the agency of HTML and CSS coding from web design. It is a software that is extensible. Its extensibility was one of the reasons for a strong Dreamweaver community. It is used to primarily to design and code HTML and CSS but can also be used for other languages because of its code syntax coloring.
    Last edited by gordo; 08-02-2015 at 07:03 AM.

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    information

    I have not much more knowledge about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sea queen View Post
    I have not much more knowledge about it.
    seaqueen, please refrain from making posts like this one. There is no need to inform us you don't know much about a subject.
    Regards

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    use eclip, it's free
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    Which on is better Dream viewer of eclipse for Designing.
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    Search it in Google.com

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    JSP (Java Server Pages) is a web development platform introduced by Sun Microsystems (now part of Oracle) to compete with PHP and ASP.NET. Like ASP, it is a server-side technology, meaning that the code is first compiled and then executed as an application by the web server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaufen View Post
    JSP (Java Server Pages) is a web development platform introduced by Sun Microsystems (now part of Oracle) to compete with PHP and ASP.NET. Like ASP, it is a server-side technology, meaning that the code is first compiled and then executed as an application by the web server.
    When quoting from someone else's article it's customary, not to mention good form, to use quotes and provide a link to the article.

    That comes word for word from:

    "How to Choose a Website Development Platform
    By Lisa Lopuck from Web Design For Dummies, *rd Edition"

    http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-choose-a-website-development-platform.html
    Last edited by Siseneg; 08-01-2015 at 04:44 PM.

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    Adobe Dreamweaver is a proprietary web development tool developed by Adobe Systems.

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    Bravo JSP editor is a WYSIWYG JSP/HTML editor. It also include a powerful DOM modified tool, String externalize wizard. The free edition can be freely used without time limitation, commercial used is permitted.

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    n00bs...

    Quote Originally Posted by kaufen View Post
    Bravo JSP editor is a WYSIWYG JSP/HTML editor. It also include a powerful DOM modified tool, String externalize wizard. The free edition can be freely used without time limitation, commercial used is permitted.
    This post was copy and pasted word for word from an article on marketplace.eclipse.org:

    "Bravo JSP editor is a WYSIWYG JSP/HTML editor. It also include a powerful DOM modified tool, String externalize wizard. The https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/bravo-jsp-editorfree edition can be freely used without time limitation, commercial used is permitted."

    https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/bravo-jsp-editor

    Did you miss my above post where I pointed out to you that when quoting from someone else's article it's customary, not to mention good form, to use quotes and provide a link to the article?

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