@**rm**: Tip for the next time: Use “Google Docs > Create new form” :)
And I'm curious about the results, will they be somewhere published?
I doubt it will be published as I'm not doing a PHD but it’s just helpful to know what frameworks appear to be popular. The popularity of each framework should ultimately coincide with the strength of community support for each framework, which is just one of the factors I need to consider when choosing a framework (if at all) before developing my web application for my final year project.
Edit: You should be able to see instant results if you have already submitted your choice.
Last edited by rm (2011-10-23 15:58)
@rm: would not advertising your survey in a Nette-only oriented forum destroy your results?
I'm just going to repeat my reply to other people that have said the same thing in other forums:
Just so you know this is being posted on every official forum for each framework also including general PHP forums so there isn’t bias to this approach.
The post is proving rather popular on reddit 1,026 votes now :)