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PHP Statistics for April 2007
May 03, 2007 @ 12:04:00

Damien Seguy has kept up the good work and has posted this month's PHP statistics for the past month's data (April 2007).

Here are the PHP stats for March 2007. To learn about methodology, read la section phpversion. 10.1 millions servers hosted on 2.3 millions IP were surveyed during December, and 22.8 were used for stats : domaines without web sites, those unreachable, ISP, shared hosters or domain parkings were not considered.

Highlights for the month:

  • 5.2 is about to be the 3rd most popular version
  • PHP 5 is more often chosen on larger domains
  • In April, web sites are bracing for the next versions
  • Doesn't seem to be much impact from MOPB : have to wait for this month's to see it.

Stats cover a wide range of topics including:

Also, be sure to check out the evolution stats for the past month, showing some of the trends for the past months as compared to April.

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