MyEclipse has two primary versions (apart from the "Blue Edition and "MyEclipse Spring Edition referred to below): a professional and a standard edition. The standard edition adds database tools, a visual web designer, persistence tools, Spring tools, Struts and JSF tooling, and a number of other features to the basic Eclipse Java Developer profile. It competes with the Web Tools Project, which is a part of Eclipse itself, but MyEclipse is a separate project entirely and offers a different feature set.
MyEclipse has also been made available via Pulse (ALM), a provisioning tool that maintains Eclipse software profiles, including those that use MyEclipse. Additionally, MyEclipse is offering a customized version for IBM products, "MyEclipse Blue Edition", that adds specific support for Rational Software and WebSphere development. Currently, MyEclipse Blue Edition is available for Windows and Linux, though Mac is unsupported.
In July 2011, Genuitec released MyEclipse "Bling," which combines the MyEclipse Blue Edition and MyEclipse for Spring product lines into a unified offering.
Jointly marketed products 
MyEclipse for Spring is developed jointly with Skyway Software.
See also 
- "[Eclipse Kick Start, Carlos Valcarcel, Sams Publisher, ISBN 978-0-672-32610-3]"
- "NetBeans Evangelist blog"[dead link]
- "MyEclipse Blue Edition: Low-Cost Tool Alternative for WebSphere, Jens Eckels, TheServerSide.com"
- "New MyEclipse IDE for Spring Developers, John K. Waters, 1105 Media"
- "MyEclipse Features Matrix"
- "Pulse Announcement, eWeek"
- InfoWorld Article
- ADT Magazine
- MyEclipse for Spring Launched, InfoWorld