Frameworks Don’t Suck, Decisions Might

Laura Thomson asks do all frameworks suck? She clarifies the exaggerated title: In summary: Let’s be clear here: I am not recommending people write spaghetti code, or that they embed HTML willy- nilly in their PHP. My recommendation in making any kind of architectural decision is to know what tradeoffs you are making and make an educated decision. [Continue]

Difference Between A Library And A Framework

One of the holy grails of software development is reusability, and a product of this is a library. Reusable code is compiled into a library and distributed so that it can be reused in multiple projects, in multiple scenarios. More progress in this has led to building more and more into these reusable units – the design, the semantics, the rules. [Continue]



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