|Prototype / Script.aculo.us||2%||9 votes|
- I anticipated a higher-than-average percentage of votes for MooTools and that's exactly what I got...
- But what I didn't anticipate was that the number of votes for jQuery would surpass MooTools. I understand jQuery's popularity surpasses Moo's but since I rarely write about jQuery, I asked myself "Why are all these jQuery coders frequent readers?" I may have to try to write a bit more jQuery.
- Only 2.x% percent was achieved by frameworks other than the three mentioned above. I wonder if this is a reflection of my audience or of the web in general. AJAXian authored the last "big" survey that I'm aware of but they left off Moo which slightly invalidates it.
- I think that if I ran this poll a year from now, the ration of each framework would be exactly the same. And that's speaking well for Moo, as I believe its userbase will keep up with jQuery's in 2009.
- What would be very interesting to find out is how many people started with one and switched to another and for what reason.
Did you start with one framework and switch to another? Which and why? Please share!