Where Frameworks Fail

On the one hand, when you have a nice framework in place, you can rapidly build something reusing the existing pieces and practices. This increases efficiency and makes it easier to replicate existing sites and programs at lower cost. On the other hand, your framework is like a Mad Libs, and you don’t want to leave out some very important silly nouns like this Green Bay Packers contest:

Required fields.... uh....

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In this case, someone left out some field names that the JavaScript validator was looking to present to the user.

This is another indicator why QA has to test every thing, every time. To make sure that key components of the framework have been fleshed out so the application doesn’t end up at a dead end.

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