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UPDATE2: The survey is closed. The results are published: Ajax survey 2009: jQuery and MS Ajax are almost tied.

UPDATE: I posted some quick stats after 3 days and 1050 answers received

In December 2007, taking inspiration from a survey promoted by Ajaxian, I created a survey to understand in which environment .NET developers are using Ajax, in conjunction with which web framework, and which javascript libraries they are using. Here you can read the results of the survey and the analysis of the results.

But long time passed, so I think it’s useful to repeat the same experiment, with the same questions and see how the answers changed.

Take the Ajax usage among .NET developers survey

I’ll leave the survey online for a few weeks. Check back in a few weeks for the results, or subscribe to my blog to get the results delivered directly to you.

kick it on

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posted on Thursday, May 21, 2009 4:53 PM

Comments on this entry:

# re: Survey: Ajax usage among .NET developers in 2009

Left by Anonymous at 5/23/2009 3:00 AM

The survey insisted that I had to select one of the choices for MS Ajax, even though none applied to me -- so I could not complete it.

# re: Survey: Ajax usage among .NET developers in 2009

Left by Simone at 5/23/2009 8:47 PM

the last question is about how you use ASP.NET Ajax:
- partial rendering/update panel
- normal client-side scripting and reading data from services (either Json or XML) on the server
- client-side scripting that renders some HTML that is rendered on the server (AJAH)

If you do Ajax you have to use one the 3 approaches. If not, please tell me what you do as it will be a 4th approach I'm not aware of

# re: Survey: Ajax usage among .NET developers in 2009

Left by Pete at 5/28/2009 4:39 AM

I don't recall ever filling out this survey, but zommerang things I did. It just thanks me and won't let me proceed. IE8 on Win7 RC. Had to open a different browser to get in.

# re: Survey: Ajax usage among .NET developers in 2009

Left by @Anonymous: at 6/14/2009 8:11 PM

I am using partial rendering with HTML & XML, with out using updatepanel.

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