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Q 4 Whizlabs authors (8): step-in framework?

 
blacksmith
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Hi,

Some while ago in march there was an interesting
discussion going on with Neal Ford and his art
of web development with Struts, Tapestry, etc...
It came out that there are many frameworks and
it all depends on the current situation a project
lives in, and what the developer's preferences
are when choosing a particular framework. Be it
from migration or starting from scratch.

Will the SCWCD cover the concept of frameworks
in depth and if so, does is lean towards a particular,
favourite framework.

Cheers,

Gian Franco
 
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Unfortunately it doesn't cover any such frameworks
 
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