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No way man! This is the most stupid post i've ever read. Frameworks is the same as programming language - it is also a program, a tool. Seems you just don't know how to cook! ;-)
I mean that sometimes it's better to use only programming language, if it a short task and you are single developer - for me it's a great to use only programming language without any dependencies, when it's possible.
But if you gonna work in a team, i think, you would appreciate the role of frameworks. It's really hard sometimes to explain other people how you write, you have to explain or even write your own manual - it's your right to choose tool you like. Nowadays some "frameworks" are just rubbish, and i'm completely frustrated by some of them, but it doesn't mean that this tools cannot exist, one day they may save a lot of time for you, your project and your team.
Anyway it's good that you shared your point of view, i'd really appreciate this.
Exactly, library = abstraction, framework = abstraction
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