Web development trends (estimation)

I found this interesting, although obviously not 100% accurate it gives a good indication of development trends. I’ve compared server side languages and javascript frameworks.


jquery   
scriptaculous   
dojo toolkit   
yui yahoo   
ext js   

JQuery, Scriptaculous, Dojo, YUI, Ext JS


php   
asp | asp.net   
ruby on rails   
jsp   
python   

php,asp,ruby+on+rails,jsp,Python

6 Responses to “Web development trends (estimation)”

  1. andy writes:

    It will be great to see YUI and Ext libraries on charts!

  2. Gareth Heyes writes:

    Added YUI and Ext libraries

  3. Shawn O'Bradey writes:

    There is more to Ruby than Rails so changing the searchterms to ruby instead would give fairer results: http://www.google.com/trends?q=php%2Casp+%7C+asp.net%2Cruby%2Cjsp%2Cpython&ctab=0&geo=all&date=all&sort=0

  4. Gareth Heyes writes:

    Shawn I don’t think that gives fairer results, because the word ruby is used with lots of other topics and also Ruby on it’s own is not used for web development, Ruby on Rails is what people use.

    So I stand by my original one.

  5. bishan writes:

    Considering there is a whole industry devoted to HCI, it’s a wonder there isn’t a definitive set of rules for web development. Although, if you look at every area that “web development” covers, said list would be around 1 km long once it came out the printer.

    The joys of working in an industry and almost requires you to be an expert in everything. Well, at least the ones that can be abbreviated to an acronym that is pronounced nothing like its spelt :)

  6. Web developer writes:

    php is falling down… mmm…
    Are you sure in this statistic data?