New research from Cloud Imperium Games and the University of Oxford, has revealed that one in three web developers have never used a web framework in their work.
Cloud Imperium Games, the developers behind the popular Star Citizen game, recently revealed the results of its Cloud Infrastructure and Cloud Infrastructure Management (CIM) survey, and it has revealed a staggering statistic.
According to the survey, the world’s largest cloud platform has a staggering 27.7% of its developers not using a web developer tool.
CloudIoT’s report states that a whopping 19.4% of developers say they never use a web development tool, which is well below the average for other platforms such as Google and Facebook.
Cloud IotM’s survey was carried out for the Cloud Infrastructure Group, which was founded by the creators of Cloud Imperium and is the parent company of Cloud9.
Cloud9, the company behind Star Citizen, was the first to release a video announcing its plans to open up a new cloud-based development platform.
Cloud Infrastructure Group CEO, Johnathan Smith said in a statement:The research shows that developers aren’t the only ones struggling to get things done.
Cloudio, the leading cloud platform in the world, has seen a similar increase in users and developers in the past year.
In fact, Cloudio’s cloud developers had an average of 11,818 users in June of 2017, which the company estimates at approximately 15.3% of the overall Cloudio community.
Cloudio is now at 17.4%, but the company’s data shows that a significant portion of the user base does not use the platform at all.
CloudiG, a popular online game marketplace, has also seen an increase in its developers over the past two years, with an average number of 17,569 users, and the company claims that this is due to increased support and marketing efforts.
CloudiaG, another online game market, has had a similarly high growth rate in its Cloudio developers, with Cloudio users now accounting for 21.9% of CloudiaG developers, according to Cloudia’s latest survey.
In a recent interview with the Guardian, Cloudia CEO Mark Pincus said:We’ve had a pretty dramatic growth rate, so we’re now at more than double what we were at a year ago.
This is a new, new ecosystem, and we’re getting to see the benefits of that.
In addition to increasing user numbers, CloudIoTs data shows a number of factors have helped drive the increase in developers.
CloudIotM found that the majority of CloudIogas cloud users are on-premises users, which makes CloudiaClouds infrastructure more flexible than CloudIOs, which has seen significant growth in its cloud-only offerings.
CloudIO, CloudIA, CloudIOg, CloudIT and CloudIAg have all seen increased adoption in the last year.
With this increased adoption, Cloud IotMs growth is expected to continue in the coming months, with the company aiming to achieve a $2 billion cloud infrastructure revenue by 2021.