IT - Java

We compared two current survey reports to find out about this year's top three Java IDEs, frameworks, build tools and the most popular JVM languages

"And, of course, the surveys conducted by Snyk and JRebel didn't miss out on asking about the most used Java versions. The winner was no surprise, but what reasons speak against migrating?

The security company Snyk has just released its annual JVM Ecosystem Report 2020. We seized the opportunity and compared the survey results to the 2020 Java Developer Productivity Report, published by Java tooling company JRebel in mid-January.

Let's see what IDEs and JVM programming languages are most popular, and whether companies are choosing to upgrade the Java version they use in production..."

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