re: Todo-MVP: Or 'Why You Shouldn't Use A Web Framework' - The Revenge VIEW POST


As several have stated, frameworks do provide a standard. They try to standardize the architecture and basic how-to's.
-- restricts style
-- provides libraries
-- developers with experience 'should' be able to get up to speed quickly
-- restricts style
-- adds a lot of unused libraries
-- developers still write 'logical mazes'

I do love Vanilla JS, jQuery, and can code in Angular, AngularJS, and Vue. What I'm finding is ... I still fall back on the vanilla and jQuery when it makes sense. Yeah it's good to not re-invent the wheel ... except a lot of wheels take turns you may not need.

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