In recent years, the jQuery open source library and framework has gained greater attention among a slate of frameworks that includes Dojo, Prototype, GWT and others.
Evidence including results of this year's TSS reader survey show a big move by jQuery - but what does that mean? Some bits from a SearchSOA.com story:
jQuery proponent Ralph Whitbeck said, "There is plenty of room [in the Ajax market] for multiple libraries."
Other participants in the Ajax framework world agree.
"I don't really think jQuery is pulling a lot of people away from other frameworks, but rather growing the market," said Aaron Newton, an Ajax developer and major proponent of MooTools.
Meanwhile Dojo proponent Dylan Schiemann explained that, "For larger enterprises, there's no single framework. Each team uses what's best for them. The applications might be built with Clojure or Dojo, and the homepage might be built with jQuery."