Thus, in keeping the keywords lightweight front-end framework in mind, we would like to present you with 25 Best Responsive Frameworks for your consideration and your next upcoming web project which you may not have been aware of.
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The DevOps blogosphere is aflame over Jeff Knupp’s post on “How DevOps is killing the Developer”. While I agree with Knupp’s premise that DevOps, Agile and other technology trends are allowing (is forcing more accurate?