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A framework is a set of tools additional to a programming language, and to the respective compiler. Sometimes it is mandatory; sometime it is optional, and assists the development of an application.

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inhouse), go nuts with the frameworks. Many of the applications I make are long term investments - 10+ years, possibly - and they are products being sold to customers (thus my responsibility). So …
answered Nov 8 '12 by GrandmasterB
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Whether you should 'learn frameworks' or not... no one here can tell you what you will need to know in the future. I've been coding in PHP for over 10 years, and have never needed to use a 3rd party … framework. The types of projects I work on just dont call for it. A lot of projects fall into that category. That said, its important that you understand what the frameworks are doing. Whether …
answered Nov 23 '12 by GrandmasterB
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Recently I've been working on a scripting language compiler that I can use within my applications. I've used others, but none do exactly what I need them to do. So I figured why not try to write my …
answered Nov 5 '10 by GrandmasterB
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I think the problem is that new programmers are starting off at higher and higher levels of abstraction, and thus don't get exposed to the bits and bytes of things 'under the hood'. So they aren't lea …
answered Sep 20 '10 by GrandmasterB
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The key is patience. Patience, patience, patience. There's no way for sure to predict the future. (did I even have to write that?) But if you give the new technology a couple years and watch how it …
answered Feb 22 '12 by GrandmasterB
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Absolutely, roll your own if you want. Don't listen to naysayers. The reason that there are so many frameworks to choose from in the first place is because people ignored the tired 'dont reinvent …
answered Nov 14 '12 by GrandmasterB
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same problem again. And you'll never be in a situation where you have to keep adjusting your code in response to updates to the framework. Frameworks are great for getting things up and running …
answered Nov 10 '10 by GrandmasterB
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It's probably a little too late to move wholesale to a MVC framework. Particularly if you are still trying to get the project online. What I would recommend you do is focus on learning OOP, and then …
answered Jan 20 '14 by GrandmasterB