Framework Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using Framework technologies

PHP
ASP.NET
J2EE
Shockwave Flash Embed
Adobe Dreamweaver
Classic ASP
ASP.NET MVC
Ruby on Rails
Ruby on Rails Token
Adobe ColdFusion

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
PHP 4,121 39,566 639,577 41,700,644
ASP.NET 2,549 24,356 297,603 38,210,545
J2EE 1,341 6,955 72,935 1,982,820
ASP.NET Ajax 879 8,295 77,097 895,791
Ruby on Rails Token 794 3,554 24,880 377,541
ASP.NET MVC 696 3,813 22,603 905,838
Ruby on Rails 641 3,660 32,892 860,644
Shockwave Flash Embed 627 5,442 150,221 5,378,172
Adobe Dreamweaver 403 4,461 80,850 2,771,343
Classic ASP 336 3,979 26,626 2,892,154
Adobe ColdFusion 209 1,830 14,533 184,074
Express 191 555 2,593 114,583
Heroku Proxy 154 620 3,417 111,436
Django CSRF 151 618 4,988 80,789
DAV 148 1,603 20,265 1,031,075
Telerik Controls 146 1,694 13,540 181,860
Visual Studio 128 1,051 7,480 82,913
Google PageSpeed Module 124 1,060 8,620 259,569
Genesis Framework 97 1,146 7,301 135,147
Perl 96 792 8,734 835,096

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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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