The 2010 edition of the annual Eclipse IDE community survey, in which Eclipse users answer questions about their development tools and environment, was released this month.
The survey found that Apache Tomcat remained the most widely used application server among Eclipse developers for another year, with a total share of 33.8%. Eclipse provides an extensive FAQ for developers interested in using Tomcat with Eclipse, and MuleSoft recently published an illustrated Tomcat Eclipse integration quick start guide.
Oracle's WebLogic was a close second, at 30.8%, while JBoss and IBM Websphere trailed at third and fourth place, respectively.
Other highlights from the survey statistics:
- Spring and EJB are now virtually tied for adoption
- MySQL use is up
- Developers are migrating from Windows to Ubuntu
For more, see Infoworld's analysis of the survey results.