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I finally found a better framework than ProcessWire.

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Easiest, fastest, most reliable framework.

Considering my workload this past weeks, I'm considering on switching.

It supports a wide range of applications:

 

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  • Ruby 0.95+
  • Python 0.9.0+ (but not Python 3)
  • Haskell 1.0+
  • Go r56+
  • Node.js (eventually)
  • TensorFlow r1.1+ (because machine learning)
  • FORTRAN 1956+
  • Java 1+ (enterprise edition only)
  • Blockchain (everything can run on a blockchain)

 

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As a lover of FORTRAN, I am going to have to start using this immediately! I have been waiting on a framework that ticks all of my requirement boxes, and finally it has been found.

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no "ironic" tags... and not even in the pub... *uff ;)

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Some really smart time-saving techniques here! And lazy-loaded as well, nice. 

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...couldn't resist to fork it and clean the code of this framework a little bit if i get the time...:D

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