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"TypeScript's widespread adoption is taking things to a whole other level by popularizing static typing," the authors said.
Additionally, 70% of them identified as white, while 13% said they were Asian, and 11% said they were hispanic. Just 3.2% said they were Black or of African descent, and 4% described themselves as Middle Eastern.
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Svelet was the most popular front-end framework at 89%, followed by React, Vue.js, and Alpine.js — all of which were used by more than 80% of respondents. Other top frameworks below that level included Preact, LitElement, Stimulus, and Anglar.
The top backend frameworks were Next.js, Express. Fastify, Nuxt, Nest, Strapi Koa, Gatsby, Hapi, and Meteor.