AJAX and XML Trends

Google Trends is a cool tool. It has several limitations (a subject for another blog post) but you can get some interesting information with a few simple queries. I wanted to find how heavily XML is used by various programming languages (this is not real use, but an indicator of use). The assumption is that if I can find a query where a language and xml are typed together "java xml", it means there is an interest in using java with xml. So here is a query I tried.

"java xml, perl xml, php xml, ruby xml, python xml"

And here are a few trend graphs:

XML use in Java, PHP, PERL, Python, Ruby

This is for all years. One of the limitations of Google Trends is that I cannot choose a range (from 2004 till now, from 2005 till now etc.)

Here is the trend in 2006

XML with Programming Languages -2006

Here is the trend in 2005.

Here is one I tried Java and .NET for serverside XML and Javascript for client side.

And a minor variation Java XML and AJAX. This is pretty revealing.

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