Which framework is the best web application framework and why ? Please Describe briefly.1 likes
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Well, No one probably knows all the frameworks out there and also if someone knew, it's hard to compare between different frameworks when different ones are more suitable than others for different jobs. That said, as a Python developer I really favor Django. Python has many web frameworks but I think I can confidently say that Django the most professional mature one of them. and it probably has a lot of things that makes it a fantastic framework. But what I like most about is how I feel about how it's written. Django is the kind of framework that is complex enough to support a lot of functionalities yet that complex for an average developer to be able to read the code and understand what it does. Django is the kind of framework that you can grow with. the more you understand it the more it gives you more space to apply better techniques and achieve greater goals.2 likes
Greetings, I take advantage and thank you the opportunity to express the important web development at the right time of your work. Respecting all development frameworks, each and every one of the current ones are important by the way of seeing them and the need to see it as a priority.
Especially my team and I, work with laravel frameworks ... according to my experiences with this is very usual and pleasantly very good.
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It is like ask "Which is the best soccer player ever? or Where is the best place for vacation?" The answer reside in each developer and the system to be develop.
For example, I am PHP developer and I worked with MVC like CodeIgneiter and Symfony. And probably if u need a small site, I am going to say: "I will do with a Wordpress", a CMS because you only need handle content.
Another think is if you are building your own software to sell... Then the best way is build you own framework applying your own security, scheme, libraries, etc.