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Monday, 28 January 2013

FRAMEWORK: WHAT IS FRAMEWORK? WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FRAMEWORK AND LIBRARY?


Framework:

A framework is a basic conceptual and reusable structure which provides generic functionality, used to solve or address complex issues.

A software framework provides basic architecture, application programming interfaces (APIs) and tools for building application and provides required infrastructure.

Library v/s Framework:

Library: Library or code library is a collection of behavior written is a specific language, which can be used to execute some function. You use it the way you want.

Framework: It controls you. You can’t deviate from the framework rules and create application.

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