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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Is Angular 2 ready for production use or should I use AngularJS 1? [on hold]

I want to learn AngularJS but on the website I see a button with the text Try the new Angular 2. Is Angular 2 ready for production use or should I learn and use AngularJS 1?
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Big web application on python [on hold]

I am experienced PHP developer. I am pretty familiar with tools in this language. I know, that for big complex application I'd use symfony or zend framework. On the other hand, for some kind of REST-...
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Dependency Injection framework for TypeScript and JavaScript (es5) [migrated]

I've been looking for a DI framework that works well across TypeScript and pure JavaScript (es5). I've come across some implementations, such as Inversify and Angular's 2 DI. However, Inversify seems ...
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How should I decide switching to vue.js from angular or not as a team member?

Currently I am working on a project that the view depends on data input by user a lot, so AngularJS was used in the project. This was the usual choice of our small team. (so small it is still below 10 ...
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Can Spring be used to gather data from TestNG tests being executed and then input this data in a webpage to show progress of tests?

Can Spring be used to gather data from TestNG tests being executed and then input this data in a webpage to show progress of tests? For example after every test step that is completed, Spring will ...
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What are some good approaches for reading Javscript code?

I'm looking for suggestions on how to read large Javascript codebases, for example, of a framework. For example, let's say P5js, but this applies to any large framework (i.e like AngularJS, Ember, etc)...
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Should we try to be as technology agnostic as much as possible?

It is true that we cannot be 100% technology agnostic when we are using a framework or tool, we will be always at least 20% dependent on the tool or framework. The thing is that I feel better if I ...
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Viability of custom framework to serve RESTful API

Context For my end-of-year project at school I had to create a framework to serve a RESTful JSON API. I wasn't authorized to use a project like Ruby on Rails for instance, Sinatra is allowed since it ...
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Dependency injection: should I use a framework?

I have recently worked on a Python project where we did dependency injection heavily (because we must in order for the app to be testable), but we didn't use any framework. At times it was a little ...
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You don't call the Framework, it calls you

I need some clear explanation and maybe an example of how frameworks like JavaFX, Tkinter etc. work. Lets take Python's Tkinter. When I bind a button's action I just do def callback(): print "...
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What is a Framework? [duplicate]

I have been taught about frameworks but I barely understand. I've been told to picture it as a skeleton system and your code are the organs and skin that revolves around it. What is it really? In ...
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c# extending a entity framework class

I have a Entity Framework class that was derived from the database layout. I was wondering if there was any problems by extending the class by creating another cs file and using the same public ...
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Blurred line between a framework and an SDK

I have been programming professionally for a couple of decades. Some years ago, the framework word was not so widely used as it is today, but I still believe we've been using "frameworks" for a very ...
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Automatic Downcasting

I'm making a framework in Java and have a method in my abstract class, BasicPhase, called processAction (snippet below). It takes two abstract classes as parameters since the user should implement ...
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PHP framework advice needed [closed]

I started PHP programming around 2002, when there were not that many frameworks around. Over the years, I developed my own PHP framework, which seems to be entirely different from any standard I come ...
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User roles array vs string

I'm working on a meanjs project. The user roles are set as an array: roles = ['admin', 'user', 'manager']; why not just set it like this? role = 'admin' Why is the convention of an array used ...
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How can I use a framework like Bootstrap when I already have designs from a design team [closed]

We are about to start an AngularJS project. In fact, the CMS will be AEM (Adobe Experience Manager). I'm now looking into the CSS/layout framework, and whether its worth using something like Bootstrap,...
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Design review of a small configuration framework [closed]

I want to create a simple configuration framework. Yes I know, there are many frameworks, which make their job very well. But for interesting in architecture, I want to create my own. My framework ...
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Inject or not dependencies in a component based framework

I'm currently developing a small component-based framework the Android platform. The framework has some ready for use and some abstract (has some internal logic, but the developer needs to add some ...
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Web framework in pure SQL

I heard that SQL is Turing complete language (for example: http://stackoverflow.com/a/7580013/2604170) I am just curious if would be possible to create independent web framework like Ruby on rails or ...
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How to choose NOT to use a framework (Caliburn.Micro, etc.) in a given MVVM application?

I have once started a MVVM/WPF project, which was eventually built and deployed, and for that I studied a lot of the Caliburn.Micro MVVM Framework. The fact is: I ended up not using Caliburn.Micro for ...
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How can one simply follow reactive manifesto? [closed]

I am quite confused about the Reactive Manifesto. According to this manifesto a reactive system should be: Responsive Resilient Elastic Message Driven Now for being responsive and resilient, as ...
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Storing and retrieving simple data within a framework

I'm determined to get a decent answer to this, because while I have my own approach (constants) I'm not convinced I'm doing it as efficiently as I could be. So I'm editing the entire question, to ...
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Should I use an open source client framework or create my own?

I am working at a medium sized internet company, and I was handed the task of implementing the framework for our sites rebranding. It's quite an old (and ugly) site, and we want to update its look ...
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Software architecture confusion App-Server/Client

i have a question about the following software architecture: So, there is one database, an app server, which provide a restful service, a client and a framework, used by the app server and the ...
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Been working on a project for the last 6+ months. Consultants have been brought in and want to change everything. What should I do? [closed]

Long story short, I have been the sole front end developer on this project since last summer. Consultants have been brought in to help accelerate our velocity. After one day and some knowledge ...
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Do you memorize the classes of your frameworks? [duplicate]

I've been an iOS developer for about 5 years. There are still things that NSString and NSArray do that I didn't know they could. All optional attributes and behaviors that I haven't seen, because I've ...
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Modular Webframework which also includes Frontend modularity

This might be a big or broad question, but I simply cannot find a proper answer to this myself. Right now I'm struggling to find a starting point for the application I'm trying to make. My idea is to ...
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Where to load data for things like a sidebar in MVC frameworks?

This seems extremely basic, but I've read a lot of related questions and haven't found a proper answer. Using Ruby on Rails or other similar MVC framework, how am I supposed to load data that is ...
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Coordinating a complicated data migration process

A project I'm involved in has suffered a change in scope, and before I set about trying to cook up some homegrown solution, I'm wondering if there is something out there -- some framework, for example ...
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PHP as a target language [closed]

Are there stable well tested SDKs (as opposed to simple language converters) that allow you to develop your application in some decent language (I believe it is widely accepted that PHP is not a well ...
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How does code produced on an open-source framework is affected by it's original license (MIT in this case)

I'm looking into building a new PHP commercial app for a client that will be hosted as a paid service and possibly resold to third parties with a non-compete clause. I've tested a few frameworks and ...
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How to avoid reinventing the wheel when using complex frameworks?

For the backstory, I'm developing a GUI application in C#/WPF. I already had in my code quite many instances of <ComboBox ItemsSource="{Binding Items}"> <ComboBox.ItemTemplate> ...
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Program Design clearness vs convenience

I've recently disputed with my colleague about the following situation: I've developed a framework that processes the resources (in java, although its not really important). It goes (simplified, ...
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What to consider when choosing a framework for a development team? [closed]

As I'm finishing a web development course with a few friends with whom I have worked in many projects we're aiming to begin a professional team of developers. Functions are well defined between ...
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Is it beneficial to study past the basics of a core language when the primary goal is to rely on its framework? [closed]

Please keep in mind this is not another 'How much [insert programming language here] should I know before moving onto [insert framework here]?' What I'd like to know is how beneficial is it to learn ...
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What complexity do DI frameworks add?

The currently most upvoted answer to a very recent question states that DI containers are an "enterprise software" pattern, used when the object graph is very large and complex. I suspect that 95% ...
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Do dependency injection frameworks pose a dependency risk?

I have been refactoring an existing system to use dependency injection, and that work has been going smoothly. After a while I noticed that a large number of in-house libraries became dependent upon ...
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Utility Functions Best Practices [closed]

Update: Most answers are about how to write a wrapping interface or what is a good wrapper around ADO. but my question is more about when to do so and when not. I never found a good rule for deciding ...
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How should I connect to my php framework to use methods written in the framework, in a framework agnostic environment?

My company runs 2 websites, a public facing website for clients, and an employee intranet. The intranet is used as a backend for employees to edit and maintain various parts of the public website. ...
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Persistence frameworks and common sense

I have studied some persistence frameworks mainly Hibernate, DORM, TMS Aurelius and I'm wondering. In a model of type: TOrderFiscal < > ----- > Items < > -------- > TOrderItem ------...
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Why do projects opt to stay on an older version of the .NET Framework? [closed]

Why do projects opt to stay on an older framework version of the .NET Framework? For example, staying on .NET Framework version 3.5 which was released in 2007 instead of upgrading to the latest 4.5.1 ...
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How does jQuery's mechanism of event handlers work

I'm in the need of widen my perspective on the framework libraries, to be able to make well aware choices of if/which/when to add a framework to a website. One thing that got my attention was event ...
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Where or when to start to write your own PHP framework? [closed]

First of all, I know that reinvent the wheel is, usually, a bad idea, but I want to write a PHP framework to learn OOP in PHP and to understand MVC in my free time. Said that, I have to do two webs ...
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Difference between an architecture and a framework [closed]

A terminology question appeared when I was comparing EJB 3 and Spring. Wikipedia says that Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is a managed, server-side component architecture for modular construction ...
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Why does Apple only allow for Static Frameworks on iOS?

Clearly Apple has the ability to create dynamically loaded libraries (known as frameworks) for iOS, as they ship several with XCode (such as UIKit). App developers only have the ability to create ...
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Implementing an interface from a framework vs simple java interface

This concept is unclear with me. I have worked on several frameworks for an instance Spring. To implement a feature we always implement some interfaces provided by the framework. For an instance if ...
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What's the easiest (quickest) way to share one dataset in my app with someone else

I have some javascript that creates a canvas image that I want users to be able to share. I simply need to save the image somehow. Nothing else. I've been contemplating using bits and pieces of ruby ...
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Programming PHP without MVC, classes or framework: rewrite or continue on new features?

I have been programming for several years now, and back then (learning PHP) I've didn't learn to program using classes, MVC-logic or using any frameworks. I found my self solving my problems very well ...
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How do I decide what testing framework to use?

The situation is this. I'm a junior developer for a small government IT project. We don't have anything of continuous integration or a automated testing framework. But the idea is to be developing ...