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A new study conducted by IDC and mobile-developer platform and services company Appcelerator has determined that as Google's open source Android operating system becomes more and more fragmented, fewer and fewer developers are putting it on their "must-code-for" list. "We've seen a steady erosion of interest in Android" among developers, Appcelerator's principal mobile strategist Mike King told The Reg in a prebriefing before the study was released on Tuesday morning. On January 25 through 27 of this year, the study surveyed 2,173 of the 280,000 developers using Appcelerator's mobile development platform, querying them on their platform preferences and development priorities.
Ruby has taken over the ninth position of Perl.