Java trends: Top 10 Frameworks in 2020
Our JAXenter survey about current trends in the Java ecosystem is in full swing. Time to take a look at the preliminary results. Today’s focus: Frameworks!
In our survey, we want to know what technologies will be particularly relevant for you this year. The areas in question are:
- Programming languages
- UI & web technologies
- CI/CD, containers, microservices
- Cloud technologies
- Software architecture
- Data processing & storage
You can choose from various topics and tools, which you can rate from “very interesting” to “neutral” to “not interesting at all”.
-> The survey is open until the end of February – so it’s not too late to participate!
Let’s take a look at the interim results. Which frameworks will interest you most in 2020?
Among the application frameworks, there is a clear winner, and it’s called Spring! Both Spring Boot (No. 1) and Spring Framework (No. 2) are well ahead of the competition – especially ahead of Jakarta EE.
For the ranking shown below, we have summed up the scores for “interesting” and “very interesting” and highlighted them in green.
Third place, which goes to the Quarkus framework, is noteworthy. For 22% of the participants, Quarkus is “very interesting” this year, for 25% at least “interesting”. This is a remarkable result considering the short time the framework has been in existence – it was launched by Red Hat in 2018.
So much for the current results on the frameworks. And, as we said, the survey is still ongoing!
Take 5 minutes of your time and rate the technologies and trends below according to their relevance for you in 2020!