user-sourced data is flawed, even though it's accurate when you squint at it, it's still flawed.
Not arguing about the correctness of anything aside from the ember stats, because npm shows the exact opposite of the StateOfJS survey, which means that people using ember don't typically take JS surveys.
Thanks for the heads up, i corrected the ember package. I was wondering if you can quote any source that indicates ember is increasing its user share(not user base...all rival frameworks are doing it)? I based the ranking on couple of articles one of which was - medium.com/@vlascik/honest-look-at... This was written in 2018 may. Stats have changed but not the momentum imo. Is ember growing at the same pace as other top 3 frameworks or new competition like preact.
ember-cli-babel (used in ember apps and addons):
they are all much closer than the StateOfJS says.
React obvs the most popular still, cause it's what's being taught at bootcamps, and it's gotten to the point where non-tech people know about it, but this just goes to show how different imperfect surveys are with automatic data collection from stats from the single source of truth (the npm registry)
I think the better source to quote is Laurie Voss, CTO of npm, giving a speech at JSConf US specifically saying that Ember is having a resurgence 😂
Here is the link: youtu.be/mSQh0gcDXkc?t=1237
I included the time in the link but I would highly recommend watching the whole video 🎉
Yeah i watched the video after Preston mentioned it in his comments. Looks like NPM stats and StateOfJs are saying the opposite. That might probably change when 2019 results are out. But i do concede, NPM stats are undoubtedly a reliable source. By the end of 2019 it would be clear if Ember can sustain the newfound growth or not. The more i researched on this after discussion with Preston i keep getting contradictory analysis. But ember showing resurgence in early 2018 looks indelible. I should tweak the article to mention that fact.
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