What do you mean “framework”?
Framework? Why bother?
A common saying is that 85% of the code you write is “common.”(source: testable js) HTTP server much? Chances are good that someone before you has had to:
The remaining 15% is your job to make your application worth writing.
Who is this book for?
Project managers, team leads, scrum masters, developers … anyone in the development team who has an interest in the decision-making process for choosing your framework for development.
What this book isn’t
This book will not tell you what framework to choose. That is between you and your team, your business goals, and what’s important to you. The idea here is to give you tools, not an answer.
Sections of this book
In the first two chapters, the focus will be on preparing for your project. You’ll learn about the detective process of figuring out what your application needs to better prepare you to choose a framework. The next chapter shows frameworks in action, from the major players to smaller ones and an upcoming framework in alpha. Finally, learn about other resources to help you compare frameworks and compare on metrics.
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