3. Consistency: Frameworks often enforce consistency in coding style and practices, which can make it easier for developers to work on the same codebase. This can lead to more efficient and effective teamwork, as well as better code quality.
6. Productivity: With a framework, you can quickly build complex applications without having to write everything from scratch. This can increase productivity and save development time, allowing you to focus on the unique features of your application.
In addition, setting up a new project can be much faster if you have your own little "component" library where common components are written with a general approach. For example, you could have a button Vue component that can be "a" tag, a button, or a router-link (Vue router) depending on the prop it receives.
So, the next time someone asks you why you use a framework, you can confidently answer that it's not just trendy, but a smart choice for your development needs.
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