The following charts show the salary and demand statistics for Development Frameworks. The data is taken from the analysis of job advertisements in the United States, Great Britain, and Australia.

Development Frameworks in the USA

Dev Frameworks in the USA

  • Spring popularity fell last month to now sit behind jQuery following closely behind.
  • Salaries continue to be stable and well contrained with a higher earning group in Spring, Ruby on Rails, Struts, and various JavaScript frameworks.

Development Frameworks in Great Britain

Dev Frameworks in Great Britain

  • There is a slight increase in jobs mentioning these skills over the last month.
  • jQuery continues to be the most in demand framework in Great Britain.
  • Outpacing all other salaries is Microsoft Sync Framework. Given the very low number of jobs though, this may be a statistical abberation.
  • Mono salaries have jumped back up slightly since the earlier year's fall.
  • Backbone.js continues to pay slightly more than Angularjs with almost equal demand, although they are extremely close.

Development Frameworks in Australia

Dev Frameworks in Australia

  • ASP.NET MVC demand jumped up in April to sit slightly below Spring.
  • jQuery is the most in demand framework in Australia.
  • JavaScript frameworks such as Backbone.js and Ember.js appear to pay very highly, although this appears to be an anomaly due to a few very high paying jobs being advertised repeatedly throughout the month. These jobs only make a passing reference to these JavaScript frameworks.
  • Ruby on Rails demand remains at a steady low point since dropping over the last couple months.

About this analysis

  • When reading these charts, the lower the demand for a skill, the less reliable the salary indicators become. It only takes a handful of jobs to shift the average.

  • Job data is extremely useful as it's plentiful and provides a lot of fascinating and interesting aspects to work with. It also has its challenges. You should read our full disclosure about the analysis for an insight into these challenges.