Monday, October 17th, 2005

Ajax Survey: Burton Group asks us questions on Ajax

Category: Survey

Richard Monson-Haefel, Sr. Analyst for Burton Group, has posted a very short web survey (3 simple questions) for the Ajax community in order to determine which Ajax frameworks, libraries and toolkits are the most popular. Please take two minutes to fill out the survey. Results will be posted later in the week when the survey is closed.

The questions are:

  1. I am currently using Ajax frameworks, toolkits, or libraries
  2. I’m using Ajax in conjuntion with
  3. I mostly use the following Ajax frameworks, toolkits, or libraries

Click here to take survey

Ajax Survey

Posted by Dion Almaer at 5:23 pm

3.7 rating from 7 votes


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Kinda seems odd that the first question isn’t a multi-select.

Comment by David — October 17, 2005

After filling it out you can really feel like a monkey, especialy that one would expect to see the results!

Comment by Qr — October 17, 2005

It’s even odder that if you choose “nothing at this time” as the answer to the first one, you can’t proceed.

WTF man … that answer makes the latter two irrelevant. FWIW, I chose “Other” and put “None”.

Comment by Joe Grossberg — October 18, 2005

No survey result was shown, I felt like I was being used.

Comment by bT — October 19, 2005

A couple of comments on the comments. ;-)

The survey results will be made public tomorrow (Thursday Oct 19th). I don’t show them in the interim because I don’t want the results-in-progress to impact peoples voting.

The survey is not, admittedly, perfect. I think, however, that’s its doing exactly what was expected: A non-scientific poll of the Ajax developer community. No survey is going to statisify everyone.

Thanks for your comments.

I’m looking forward to release the results on Survey monkey.

All the best,


Comment by Richard Monson-Haefel — October 19, 2005

could not take survey — closed

Comment by Richard S — December 29, 2006


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Thank you for sharing your knowledge and insight.

Best wishes.

Comment by WebSurvey — September 24, 2009

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