PHP Holds Impressive Lead Among Server-Side Languages

W3Techs' recent web server survey, which looks at technologies in use by sites in Alexa's top 10 million list, shows PHP holding a 78 percent share among server-side languages.  

This share constitutes an enormous lead over PHP’s rivals, with only one other server-side language ever reaching a 10 percent share. As Jim Salter reports, ASP.NET held a 24 percent share in 2010 but usage has now declined to 8.3 percent.

Read more at Ars Technica.