React remains the most widely used front-end framework, with 81.8 percent usage, ahead of Angular at 48.8 percent, slightly down on last year. When asked what framework most commanded their interest though, devs placed Svelte top, followed by Solid. Among rendering frameworks, Next.js is first (48.6 percent), ahead of Gatsby at 23 percent, but “interest” places Next.js roughly equal with SvelteKit and Astro.
The Vite build tool is another winner in this survey, scoring 98.4 percent retention, 81.7 percent interest, and around 50 percent usage. Webpack still leads in usage with 84.8 percent, but Vite wins the survey at the “Most adopted technology” scored by year over year progression.
Are the likes of Deno and the even newer Bun having much impact versus the ubiquitous Node.js runtime? Node.js usage is much the same as last year, around 71 percent, but Deno has grown from 5.6 percent to 8.5 percent and Bun makes an appearance at 3.2 percent.