Looking at jQuery and Asynchronous Loading Tools
The structure is similar to that of many popular Web-hosting sites and VPS hosting, which typically allow a website owner to choose the applications that will run on a specific domain. This customization allows Web developers to customize their loading package and reduce the amount of space it takes up, which in turn reduces loading times for end users.
- Micro-frameworks eliminate useless and unnecessary code that often increases load times.
- A micro-framework structure is easier for developers to understand and implement than more complex options, such as asynchronous loading tools.
- If a developer needs a new solution, he or she can simply add an additional micro-framework. With other options, such as JQuery, a new micro-framework must be worked in to the walls of a large, all-encompassing framework, which can be tricky and time-consuming.
- Micro-frameworks have not undergone the same volume of testing as larger libraries. For this reason, they may be unreliable.
- Because micro-frameworks contain several separate parts, centralized bug tracking and documentation isn’t usually feasible.
- Modules in micro-frameworks aren’t usually interoperable. Because each module must be able to stand on its own, it cannot depend on code from any other module. This structure often causes redundancy.
- Micro-framework modules may not work with all browsers.
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