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The “Micro” Framework As “User Interface” Framework - Paul M. Jones

(The following is more exploratory than prescriptive. My thoughts on this topic are incomplete and in-progress. Please try to treat it accordingly.) l;dr: “Micro” frameworks are better described as “user interface” frameworks; perhaps there should be corollary “infrastructure” frameworks; consider using two frameworks and/or two containers, one for the user interface and a separate one for the core application.
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