Let’s take a look at the key takeaways from the survey results.
- React.JS is the most popular framework for front-end development.
- However, developers are more interested in using Svelte and Solid and retaining them for further development as compared to React.JS.
- React.JS’s drop in rankings can be explained due to the high expectations from developers. When something’s popular, people usually expect more from it.
- Angular.JS remained in the second position for actual usage and the third position for awareness.
- Next.JS took the first position as the most popular framework for back-end and full-stack development.
- For browser API, over 70 percent of developers in the survey are using WebStocks.
Let’s take a look at the key demographics of the survey’s respondents:
- Over 14 percent of respondents were from the United States.
- Seventy percent of the respondents filled out the survey in the English language.
- Over 39 percent of respondents were from the age group of 25-34 years.
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