Server-side programming language statistics

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… Continue reading Server-side programming language statistics

A Web framework comparison: Matt Raible’s opinion

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… Continue reading A Web framework comparison: Matt Raible’s opinion

Web frameworks types

There are different types of web frameworks. If you know the differences between them, you can choose which one you prefer. Once you decide your type of framework, it is easier to choose the framework. There are five types of web frameworks: Request-based, Component-based, Hybrid, Meta and RIA-based frameworks. Request-based: The frameworks directly handle incoming requests.… Continue reading Web frameworks types

Web frameworks comparison: A model

I have been reading different web frameworks comparisons. The most accurate I have found is a little bit old, 2008, and it is part of a project by Polytechnic University of Madrid now abandoned. This article was written by José Ignacio Fernández-Villamor, Laura Díaz-Casillas and Carlos Á. Iglesias. It can be found here. It is… Continue reading Web frameworks comparison: A model

Websites frameworks begins

My name is David Díaz Clavijo. I am a computer engineering student at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC) in the Canary Islands, Spain, where the sun is always shinning. My study programme lasts five years plus a Final Year Project (FYP). FYP is a between 800 and 1000 hours with a… Continue reading Websites frameworks begins