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Friday, November 21, 2008

Fusebox or Mach-II?

Fusebox or Mach-II?
A look at the strengths and weaknesses of both frameworks
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A framework provides prebuilt and pretested code that can be used as a skeleton on which to build applications. Web frameworks may be lightweight or heavyweight. Heavyweight frameworks typically apply themselves to a particular domain where they offer greater help in building domain-specific applications and require a greater degree of conformity as to the code being written. Lightweight frameworks are usually more generic (meant to deal with many different domains); they offer basic "plumbing" assistance and provide greater latitude in the way that developers write code.
Both Fusebox and Mach-II are lightweight frameworks. They offer help connecting the presentation tier of an application with the business logic and data persistence tiers. ...


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