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    Eclipse and GWT/GXT Plugins. Suggestions/Best Practices


    Hello,

    I have used Eclipse as a IDE to develop Java and J2EE for a couple of years now... After some playing around with GWT and now GXT I was wondering if anyone uses any Eclipse plugins to ease development.

    I have GWTDesigner from Instantiations which I like a lot but does not work with GXT (I really hope it will in the very near future). I have also installed Cypal Studio, but it is quite limited...

    Any comments/suggestions?

    Thanks,
    Francesco

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    I also started with those plugins, but eventually found I didn't need them and they were covering up things that I really needed to control/learn myself... try to live without them if you can... ;-)

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    Sound advice! In fact I am not using them, it was just to see if there was anything else out there.

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    There is a GWT plugin for NetBeans.

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