State of JavaScript 2021/2022

First the 2020 Olympics got pushed back to 2021, and now the 2021 State of JavaScript survey is happening now, in 2022!

It's true: between work, family, and and all the turmoil in the world, some things got disrupted a little.

But while the year may be off-by-one, we hope the data provided by the survey itself will be just as informative and insightful as ever. And don't worry, there will be another survey towards the end of this year to set things straight again!

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We ask you to create an account in order to avoid duplicate responses, save your data, and notify you when results are published.

Yes, you can use a fake (something@example.com) or non-identifying email to take the survey as long as you save it for future access.

No, every question of the survey is optional and can freely be skipped.

Yes, all data will be released publicly, but only after being purged of any identifying information (emails, usernames, IDs, etc.).

Surveys are designed based on community feedback, as well as reviewed by experts. You can learn more here.

Results are generally released a few weeks after the survey closes.

Surveys are primarily run by me in collaboration with contributors, translators, and volunteers.

Special Thanks

Shawn Wang

Survey Design

Mark Erikson

Survey Design

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