Framework Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using Framework technologies

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
PHP 3,304 36,505 520,650 45,998,211
ASP.NET 1,817 22,847 287,230 38,271,616
J2EE 639 3,772 56,879 1,672,816
ASP.NET Ajax 495 6,385 70,687 1,010,857
Shockwave Flash Embed 348 5,760 168,543 8,545,382
Ruby on Rails 247 1,448 23,175 585,450
ASP.NET MVC 215 1,506 15,598 1,303,046
Ruby on Rails Token 212 1,155 16,739 206,401
Adobe Dreamweaver 204 4,645 89,872 3,948,986
Frontpage Extensions 186 3,637 46,513 4,164,960
DAV 121 1,850 24,474 1,675,932
Adobe ColdFusion 105 1,559 14,379 226,399
Java Servlet 56 208 1,736 22,055
Microsoft Office SharePoint 53 492 3,097 28,282
Telerik Controls 52 1,047 11,668 187,055
Perl 48 745 10,303 1,398,260
Visual Studio 37 468 6,366 129,583
CodeIgniter 36 316 3,669 207,873
Mobify 33 104 537 4,725
Microsoft Frontpage 28 1,115 25,281 1,038,083

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A framework in the BuiltWith definition of the word is a technology that is used to build a website from a development perspective. Many frameworks exist and each framework can typically have another framework built on top of it.

PHP is the most popular framework in the BuiltWith list, although many sites report PHP usage even if it is not being used. ASP.NET, Microsoft’s web development framework is the second most popular.

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