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Why you shouldn’t use a JavaScript Framework

Posted by Dillon | 15th August 2019

We’ve all been there. A new project has come in, and its time to plan how we are going to build it. Whether the project is client work, or R&D, most developer jump straight in with suggestions for their favourite framework. Sometimes the company will tell the development team which framework they’re going to use so they stick to company policy, but still, 9 times out of 10, its a framework. But why?

Its always a hard job to decide on the right framework, and in this day and age, new frameworks are popping up faster than you can learn their names. By the time you have found your feet with one framework, another new framework has taken the spotlight, and your now out of date.

I read an article that discusses this topic in more detail than I can on dev.to. I recommend giving this a read!

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