Interview Question: Is there a particularly good IDE to use with Struts ?

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Question: Is there a particularly good IDE to use with Struts?

Answer:

Struts should work well with any development environment that you would like to use, as well as with any programmers editor. The members of the Struts development team each use their own tools such as Emacs, IDEA, Eclipse, and NetBeans.

 

 

 

 



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