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Opinionated Rundown of JS Frameworks: Henrik Joreteg, writing at the &yet blog. He does a brief teardown of 5 front end MVC(ish) frameworks (their pros and cons) and while you’re busy coming up with counter-arguments against his inevitable thrust about using “no framework”, he goes on to make almost exactly all of those same points.

Only to wrap it up with what winds up feeling a bit like a sales pitch for his Ampersand framework.

This is not necessarily bad, and he does acknowledge that each team needs to decide for itself what it wants/needs in order to make it effective. At the end of the day, this isn’t a competition to find out what framework is the best (spoiler alert: none of them) — it’s a struggle to find effective work strategies so that we can build great software that solves real problems for people.

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