Framework Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using Framework technologies

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
PHP 2,549 31,059 502,549 42,644,370
ASP.NET 1,433 18,662 275,644 37,795,218
J2EE 518 3,260 56,365 1,645,839
ASP.NET Ajax 365 5,195 67,991 968,787
Ruby on Rails Token 256 1,342 18,769 237,631
Shockwave Flash Embed 232 4,078 156,915 7,390,933
ASP.NET MVC 210 1,533 16,249 1,065,581
Ruby on Rails 210 1,347 25,451 605,056
Adobe Dreamweaver 143 3,294 81,576 3,529,893
Frontpage Extensions 119 1,849 28,059 2,640,933
Classic ASP 114 2,652 24,049 2,983,182
Adobe ColdFusion 86 1,233 13,334 211,307
DAV 72 1,370 21,792 1,416,430
Java Servlet 44 143 1,595 19,913
Telerik Controls 41 950 11,463 180,333
Microsoft Office SharePoint 35 396 2,977 31,223
CodeIgniter 35 281 3,792 159,283
Perl 34 560 8,848 958,408
Visual Studio 31 342 5,922 110,563
Mobify 29 91 600 4,144

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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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