Front-end framework

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What is a front-end framework?

A front-end framework is a platform to build the front-end of a website or application with packages of prewritten code, prebuilt site components like buttons, side panels, navigation bars, and defined font styles. It allows engineers to quickly develop responsive, user-driven features at scale. Well-known examples of front-end frameworks are Angular, React, .. Visualization libraries are often available for most common front-end frameworks and can be installed with a few line of codes.

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