CMS and E-Commerce Churn Data Shows WordPress Maintaining Market Lead, Shopify Gaining on WooCommerce

CMS and E-Commerce Churn Data Shows WordPress Maintaining Market Lead, Shopify Gaining on WooCommerce

Posted by WP Tavern on February 8, 2022 at 7:15 pm
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Rick Viscomi, one of the maintainers of the HTTP Archive, tweeted some interesting data from a report he is working on that tracks churn for different JavaScript frameworks and CMS’s over a specified period of time. He detected the changes using the open source Wappalyzer project. The first graph he shared shows shows data from 8 million websites, 12 months apart for any that changed tech stacks, visualizing the movement to/from frameworks. A large chunk of the 32K+ sites that migrated to React came from Handlebars.js, Mustache, and Ember.js. Working on a new thing with @HTTPArchive data.Checking 8M websites 12 months apart for any that switched tech stacks and visualizing where they're going to/from.React ate every other JS framework's lunch on over 32k sites. Mostly from Handlebars.(thread) pic.twitter.com/iuKpzGcFs9— Rick Viscomi (@rick_viscomi) January 28, 2022 As the market leader, WordPress was also the recipient of quite a bit of churn from other CMS’s, primarily Drupal and Joomla, followed by Wix, Squarespace, and TYPO3. Viscomi found that WordPress picked off 9K sites from competitors but also lost ground to other CMS’s. “It’s leaking quite a bit to other CMSs too, but not as much as it’s taking in,” he said. CMS churn…

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