In today’s article, we will talk about one of the fundamental things for a developer, the framework
What is a framework
For a developer, it is essential to know the frameworks because within them there are lines of code already made and ready to be used, in order to speed up the work of the developers.
The work of developers can be very repetitive, which is why frameworks were born.
But what exactly are they?
The frameworks are a kind of frame, a distributed system of folders, and in the form of some pre-established code portions.
How to choose a framework
The first questions to ask when choosing a framework concern the programmer’s knowledge and the availability of the infrastructure.
The programmer’s previous knowledge is fundamental in choosing the frame to use, as the choice is very wide, even if only considering the most used languages (PHP, Java or Python)
- Ruby on Rails: Usually called RoR, Ruby on Rails has emerged as a firm favorite among developers. Since its launch in 2005, RoR is still completely free, is open source and runs on Linux. It’s fun and fast to work with. Some of the biggest websites that have been built using RoR include Hulu, Airbnb, Basecamp among others.
- Symfony: This is one of the more stable frameworks and is ideal to use for more complex projects. Using this framework, developers gain the ability to create websites that can change as business requirements evolve. It includes a set of PHP components, a community, and an application framework that can work very well to help websites achieve their goals.
- Cake PHP: CakePHP is a PHP framework probably best suited for website development e-commerce and is a favorite of most developers when it comes to choosing one of the best tools in the PHP format. CakePHP is built on the Model-Controller-View (MCV) model. What makes CakePHP particularly interesting is that the code for all of your old projects can be reused across it.
- Asp.net: This is probably the most popular framework built by Microsoft and has managed to earn the respect of developers all over the world. Founded in 2002, Asp.net is particularly popular due to its ability to build rich and dynamic websites, web pages, and even web portals. In fact, a large number of companies around the world prefer Asp.net and consider it the best technology for website development.
Towards adaptive Web sites: Conceptual framework and case study: From the abstract: “Today’s Web sites are intricate but not intelligent; while Web navigation is dynamic and idiosyncratic, all too often Web sites are fossils cast in HTML. In response, this paper investigates adaptive Web sites: sites that automatically improve their organization and presentation by learning from visitor access patterns. Adaptive Web sites mine the data buried in Web server logs to produce more easily navigable Web sites. To demonstrate the feasibility of adaptive Web sites, the paper considers the problem of index page synthesis and sketches a solution that relies on novel clustering and conceptual clustering techniques. Our preliminary experiments show that high-quality candidate index pages can be generated automatically and that our techniques outperform existing methods (including the Apriori algorithm, K-means clustering, hierarchical agglomerative clustering, and COBWEB) in this domain. “
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This is obviously only a shortlist of the many frameworks available, the choice is wide and there is a suitable framework for every situation.