JavaScript framework

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A JavaScript framework is an application framework written in JavaScript. It differs from a JavaScript library in its control flow:[1] A library offers functions to be called by its parent code, whereas a framework defines the entire application design.[2] A developer does not call a framework; instead, the framework calls and uses the code in some particular way. Some JavaScript frameworks follow the model–view–controller paradigm designed to segregate a web application into orthogonal units to improve code quality and maintainability. Examples include AngularJS, Ember.js, Meteor.js, and Vue.js.

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  1. ^ "bliki: InversionOfControl". martinfowler.com.
  2. ^ "Difference Between Library and Framework". www.c-sharpcorner.com.