Guidance regarding open source terminologies

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  • Laravel

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    "Frameworks" is along the same lines, but a framework is often a much large existing library that would sit at the foundation of your application, which you'd build on top of. As an example, I often use the "Laravel" PHP framework which provides a stricture and a lot of common fundemental functionality for building a PHP web application, so I can build on-top of that, focusing on the custom thing I want to build instead of having to create my own application structure and common functionality.

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