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March 2013 - Blog Websites Frameworks

Archive for March, 2013

Web frameworks selected to be compared

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This article is part of a project which tries to measure the ease of learning and development for several frameworks with a practical experiment. In this article, the selected web frameworks and the reasons for their selection will be presented. First, web frameworks chosen. Second, the reasons to choose them. I want to say I […]

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Web frameworks benchmarks

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In this article, an overview of the main web frameworks benchmarks is presented. To begin, it is analysed a presentation by Van den Enden, Ward Vijfeijken and Guy Veraghtert which is probably the best web framework benchmark done. Only Java-based frameworks are compared but  the methodology and results are still valuable. Next, there is a […]

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Wähner categorization and comparison of web frameworks

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Wähner published a more neutral web framework comparison through defining types of web applications and assigning a web framework to them. The web frameworks in the comparison are: Grails Lift Struts Spring JSF Tapestry Wicket Roma ZK Vaadin GWT JavaFX Flex In figure 1, types of applications are exposed. CRUD client makes reference to a […]

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Web frameworks statistics

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In this article web frameworks statistics will be analysed. First, it will be analysed web frameworks usage in websites and in the top 10.000. Second, it will be analysed web frameworks usage growth. Third, conclusions. Web frameworks usage statistics BuiltWith provides web frameworks usage statistics. Its data does not seem totally accurate because several libraries […]

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Server-side programming language statistics

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In this article, usage statistics of server-side programming languages are analysed. It focuses on websites which require programming, therefore, Content Managament Systems(CMS) will be removed from the results. W3techs will be used as source data. First, server-side programming languages usage is analysed. Second, server-side programming languages growth is analysed. Third, server-side programming languages and traffic in […]

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A Web framework comparison: Matt Raible’s opinion

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Matt Raible has been presenting java web frameworks(Ruby is included) comparisons since 2007. Last presentation was at JFokus 2012. His presentations have been highly criticized due to the lack of objectivity. He says it is his opinion. It is important to remember that comparing web frameworks is still not a established discipline and neutrality has […]

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