View Poll Results: What server-side languages are you using with Ext JS?

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  • PHP

    411 46.02%
  • Java

    233 26.09%
  • C#

    170 19.04%
  • VB.NET

    31 3.47%
  • ColdFusion

    38 4.26%
  • Ruby

    47 5.26%
  • Perl

    45 5.04%
  • Python

    56 6.27%
  • Groovy

    16 1.79%
  • JavaScript

    57 6.38%
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Thread: Most Popular Server-Side Languages (Please Vote)

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    Default Most Popular Server-Side Languages (Please Vote)

    We'd like to get some feedback as to the most popular server-side languages being used in conjunction with Ext. Please respond back with any of the languages which you may be using for the Ext JS projects at this time.

    I've already added some of the most popular (PHP, Java, C#, VB.NET, ColdFusion, Ruby, Perl and Python). Please vote and let us know what server-side environments you are working with.

    Updated Oct 22 with 'Tiers' from the poll:
    Tier 1)
    PHP

    Tier 2)
    Java and C#

    Tier 3)
    ColdFusion, Ruby, Python, JavaScript, VB.Net, and Perl

    Tier 4)
    Groovy

    Tier 5)
    ASP, Delphi, Haskell, Lotus Domino, RPGLE
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    Groovy.
    (i grew weary of java after quite a while )

    p.s. how do i withdraw my vote for java? thanks

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    Groovy added.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mystix View Post
    Groovy.
    p.s. how do i withdraw my vote for java?
    Fixed the ballot for you
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    i would suggest adding jaxer - i'm interested who's using it

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    Good suggestion Jay, I've added JavaScript to the list to make it less specific than only Jaxer. I know there are some other people using Rhino out there on the server-side in conjunction with a Java environment.
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    I take it there's not many people using classic ASP.

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    I use classic ASP JScript, not JScript.net

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    Is'nt it also popular to use ExtJS as frontend for Lotus Notes Webapplications? I thought so.

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    Anyone knows MS DLR for Managed JScript?
    I had a try on new ASP.net of Managed JScript, like:
    Code:
    Import("System");
    function Page_Load(sender, e){
        var a = new System.Collections.ArrayList();
        a.Add("hello");
    }
    Seems that you may use really js in the .net, not that jscript.net
    Ext Every Day!
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