Framework Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using Framework technologies

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

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
PHP 3,487 34,420 290,079 52,080,678
ASP.NET 2,153 20,650 135,853 39,753,697
J2EE 1,233 5,975 25,300 1,736,157
Ruby on Rails Token 814 3,821 11,979 591,049
ASP.NET MVC 719 3,919 14,050 887,710
ASP.NET Ajax 705 7,213 32,677 750,422
Ruby on Rails 456 2,635 10,444 813,883
Foundation 456 2,914 12,638 417,402
Shockwave Flash Embed 377 3,416 29,425 5,388,229
Adobe Dreamweaver 304 3,164 28,971 2,088,704
Classic ASP 261 3,211 21,152 2,449,873
Express 259 819 3,942 205,936
Adobe ColdFusion 217 1,640 9,061 157,072
Heroku Vegur Proxy 170 761 4,026 180,600
Genesis Framework 161 2,640 12,379 343,481
DAV 147 1,498 9,389 641,743
Django CSRF 143 620 1,992 63,557
Telerik Controls 127 1,649 8,373 167,923
OpenResty 111 1,038 12,731 1,206,087
Perl 110 631 3,144 626,495

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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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