Framework Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using Framework technologies

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
PHP 3,235 36,439 505,128 42,644,370
ASP.NET 1,910 22,027 280,972 37,795,218
J2EE 624 3,568 56,062 1,645,839
ASP.NET Ajax 456 5,976 69,434 968,787
Shockwave Flash Embed 286 5,329 161,333 7,390,933
Ruby on Rails Token 265 1,395 18,533 237,631
ASP.NET MVC 258 1,584 16,001 1,065,581
Ruby on Rails 247 1,434 24,279 605,056
Adobe Dreamweaver 190 4,241 84,093 3,529,893
Classic ASP 166 3,330 25,107 2,983,182
Frontpage Extensions 151 2,745 31,606 2,640,933
Adobe ColdFusion 109 1,432 13,520 211,307
DAV 95 1,655 22,337 1,416,430
Telerik Controls 50 1,085 11,470 180,333
Microsoft Office SharePoint 48 422 3,002 31,223
Java Servlet 45 168 1,650 19,913
CodeIgniter 43 334 3,796 159,283
Mobify 38 102 583 4,144
Visual Studio 37 396 6,008 110,563
Perl 36 642 9,100 958,408

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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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