NetBeans Is Very Poplular In Germany - Only 4 % Behind Eclipse

JavaMagazin's (one of the largest / the largest German Java magazine) quickvote is closed. The results are interesting:

  1. Eclipse - 44%
  2. NetBeans - 40%
  3. IntelliJ IDEA - 14%
  4. others - 2 %

Total votes: 2108
JavaMagazin covers a lot of Eclipse stuff. They also publish a dedicated Eclipse Magazin - so the result is really interesting. Btw. the "others" are: JDeveloper, WAS, Notepad, Emacs etc :-).


Well, if you go buy an actual, impartial source, like google the results are vary different.

And the winner is...


Posted by adam on January 10, 2010 at 09:06 PM CET #


interesting. Last year Eclipse was a bit more popular, than NetBeans...

thanks! But even 4% behind Eclipse is a very good result!,

thanks for your research!,

adam :-)

Posted by Adam Bien on January 10, 2010 at 10:12 PM CET #

Being huge fan and heavy user of Netbeans I must unfortunately ruin your "google theory". When you ask about "eclipse" not "eclipse ide" it's completely different. Of course "eclipse" is not IT-only word, so you have to narrow search results. Take a look at:

Posted by Jakub Grabowski on January 10, 2010 at 10:14 PM CET #

Your theory is also wrong. How could you compare eclipse in the general sense to netbeans? Why not "java eclipse"?
Try this instead:

The difference is remarkable

Posted by Alex on January 11, 2010 at 07:04 PM CET #

For correctness you have to search also with the keyword "java" before "Netbeans". And in this case you will see again the same chart as before withouth the "java" keywords. But there is already a filter with name "computer and electronics" selected..

However, the common result of this chart and the quickvote result is that Netbeans increases his popularity.

Posted by Markus on January 19, 2010 at 10:24 AM CET #

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