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re: In my work we have to type of projects. Those that have to be durable in time, in which we use vanilla php, vanilla js. Also we have projects that...

It's not the framework's fault that you have to rewrite everything.

You can take measures to make the framework replaceable. Some frameworks make this a little easier and safer and some make it a terrible experience (read: ActiveRecord ORMs) forcing the team to write a lot of code to protect the application.

However you bring up a good point that not all applications need to be built framework agnostic. If the lifespan of an application is one year then it's probably a lot more cost effective to just go with framework's best practices. But is it easy to say how long the lifespan can be? 🤔

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