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Ruby Market Report
How well do you know your market? Find out who your most promising prospects are, and how they look like. Discover in which parts of the market your competition thrives.
Our technology market report is a detailed monthly report on the usage of Ruby as server-side programming language on websites. The report comes via email as a PDF file and has over 140 pages covering this information:
- Server-side Programming Languages Industry Reports
- Usage Report
How popular is each of the server-side programming languages? Shows percentages of usage for all 21 server-side programming languages that we monitor. Also shows how much these figures changed compared to the last month and to the last year.
- Historical Trend Report
How did the popularity of the server-side programming languages change over time? Shows tables and diagrams of monthly trends of usage for all server-side programming languages since January 2011.
- Growth Rate Report
Which are the fastest growing server-side programming languages? Shows the current growth rates in the usage of all server-side programming languages both in absolute figures and percentages in the last month and in the last year.
- New Site Usage Report
How popular is each of the server-side programming languages among new sites? Shows percentages of usage for all server-side programming languages among sites that were first visited in the last month, because they have only recently entered the top 10 million sites.
- Top Site Usage Report
Which server-side programming languages are primarily used by high traffic sites? Shows for each server-side programming language the share of top sites among all the sites that use that specific server-side programming language.
- Ruby Reports
- Historical Trend Report
How did the popularity of Ruby change from month to month? Shows tables and diagrams of monthly trends of usage for Ruby since May 2010.
- Change Report
Which percentage of sites switched from another server-side programming language to Ruby and vice versa? Shows the percentages of websites that recently changed between Ruby and other server-side programming languages. It also shows examples of sites that made a change.
- Ranking Breakdown Report
Is the popularity of Ruby higher among high traffic sites? Shows usage of Ruby broken down by popularity ranges of the Alexa ranking, that is among the top 1 million sites, the top 100,000, the top 10,000 and the top 1,000 sites. Also shows the popularity rank of Ruby among all server-side programming languages in these ranges and the most popular competing technology.
- Market Position Report
Where in the market diagram lies Ruby? Shows the market position of Ruby in terms of popularity and usage by high traffic sites, compared to the most popular server-side programming languages.
- Multiple Server-side Programming Languages Usage Report
How frequently are other server-side programming languages used together with Ruby, and which ones? Shows statistics on the usage of Ruby together with other server-side programming languages (if any). We identify here usage on the same site, not necessarily on the same page.
Cross-Technologies Breakdown and Segmentation Reports
In which markets is Ruby particularily strong and which one is the most popular competing technology in each market? A set of reports evaluating the combined usage of two categories of web technologies. This shows, for example, the usage of Ruby on any top level domain compared to its usage on all websites and the most popular competing technology on each top level domain. Also shows the rank of Ruby among all server-side programming languages for each top level domain, compared to its overall rank. Furthermore, this includes the ranking and percentages of all top level domains among all the sites that use Ruby.
These detailed reports are available not only for top level domains, but also for the usage of Ruby broken down by
- Content Management Systems
- Client-side Programming Languages
- Markup Languages
- Character Encodings
- Image File Formats
- Site Elements
- Structured Data Formats
- SSL Certificate Authorities
- Social Widgets
- Traffic Analysis Tools
- Advertising Networks
- Tag Managers
- Web Servers
- Web Hosting Providers
- Reverse Proxy Services
- Top Level Domains
- Server Locations
- Content Languages
- Geographical Distribution Report
How popular is Ruby in each country? Shows a colored world map indicating the usage percentage of Ruby by country.
- List of the 300 most popular sites using Ruby including their usage of other server-side programming languages (if any).
- List of up to 300 popular sites that started using Ruby in the last month (if there are that many sites in a month), including the server-side programming languages they were using before (if any).
- List of up to 300 popular sites that discontinued using Ruby in the last month (if there are that many sites in a month), including the server-side programming languages they are using now (if any).
Please see technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys, and read our disclaimer to learn about possible incompleteness and inaccuracy of our data.
Table of Content
This is a preview of the current report's table of content.
|3. Server-side Programming Languages, Industry Overviews|| ||6|
|4. Ruby, Technology Market Reports|| ||14|
|4.1. Historical Trends|| ||14|
|4.3. Ranking Breakdown|| ||20|
|4.5. Breakdown and Segmentation Reports|| ||22|
|4.5.1. Content Management Systems|| ||22|
|4.5.2. Client-side Programming Languages|| ||29|
|4.5.4. Markup Languages|| ||35|
|4.5.5. Character Encodings|| ||37|
|4.5.6. Image File Formats|| ||39|
|4.5.8. Structured Data Formats|| ||44|
|4.5.9. SSL Certificate Authorities|| ||46|
|4.5.10. Social Widgets|| ||49|
|4.5.12. Traffic Analysis Tools|| ||53|
|4.5.13. Advertising Networks|| ||59|
|4.5.16. Web Hosting Providers|| ||67|
|4.5.17. Reverse Proxy Services|| ||89|
|4.5.18. Top Level Domains|| ||91|
|4.5.19. Server Locations|| ||117|
|4.5.20. Content Languages|| ||125|
|4.6. Geographical Distribution|| ||129|
|4.7. Popular Sites using Ruby|| ||130|
|4.8. Sites using Ruby only recently|| ||136|
|4.9. Sites that recently stopped using Ruby|| ||142|
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