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framework and abstraction layer

Ritesh raushan
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what is framework and abstraction layer.and why framework came.
Winston Gutkowski

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Ritesh raushan wrote:what is framework and abstraction layer.and why framework came.

Ritesh, please SearchFirst (←click), and ask a specific question if there's something you don't understand from your research. Google is your friend.

What you've asked about is the subject of entire books, so it's highly unlikely that you'll get any decent answer here in a paragraph.


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