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JSF and Spring MVC Tie in Java / JVM Frameworks Poll

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JSF and Spring MVC Tie in Java / JVM Frameworks Poll

Find out what the most popular Java / JVM language web frameworks are in 2015.

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The results are in and it's an amazing tie!  Well, JSF technically had more votes, but only FOUR more than Spring MVC!  Out of 1,342 respondents, that's essentially a tie.  If you're wondering what all that "Other" could be, I pasted all the write in answers below.  There's nothing that breaks the top 10 from the 'other' list, as you can see. The numbers on the right are the number of votes, not percentages.

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(Clojure - Ring)

1

ADF

2

AEM

1

Angularjs

1

Clojure Enlive

1

Dojo

1

Dropwizard

6

Errai

1

ExtJS

1

Flex

1

GXT

1

Glassfish

1

In-house

1

Intershop

1

ItsNat

2

JAX-RS

2

JAXRS

1

JBoss Seam

1

JQuery

1

JSP

1

Java EE, so JAX-RS, ...

1

Jaxrs

1

Jersey

1

Liferay

1

Luminus / clojure

1

My own

1

MyBatis

1

Neither - Vertx

1

Ninja

2

ORacle ADF

1

Pippo

1

PrimeFaces

2

Primefaces

1

Ratpack

1

Scalatra

2

Seam

1

Seam

1

Sling

1

Sofia

1

Spark

4

SparkJava

1

Spray

1

Spring boot

1

Spring for REST and AJAX

1

Stripes

3

Struts

1

Struts2

2

Tiles

1

VRaptor

1

Velocity MVC

1

Vert.x

2

Vraptor

1

WEB parts go to services written on node.js.

1

WebObjects

1

Xtend

1

ZK

4

adf

1

akka http

1

angularjs

1

defrac

1

dojo

1

htt4s

1

ifw2

1

jdbi

1

jodd

1

legacy custom made

1

less framework you use, the better

1

own

1

proprietary

1

scala

1

scalatra

1

spark

1

spring boot

1

velocity

1

vert.x-web

1

vraptor

1

witout

1


Last week we revisited Spring project usage and compared those poll results to 2013 results. You can check out the results if you take the poll here, but that article also has the results posted at the bottom of the page as of today's report. Over 400 people have taken it so far!

Another big question in the Java enterprise space is about the most popular Java / JVM language web frameworks. We don't have an old poll to compare these upcoming results with, but you can check out JRebel's report from last year (slides) which included a poll measuring the popularity of 8 Java web frameworks on slide 4.

Any questions you'd like to ask the community?  Leave a comment and I can put it in a poll.

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