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    Question how to compare wt to php/popular frameworks??

    I was wondering if it's possible to compare wt to popular frameworks like Laravel, Codeigniter, Meteor.js, Node.js/Express, Spring.

    If programming skills is not a problem how do we compare wt to other heavyweights?

    How capable is a fast framework like wt? What all features does it not support?? It must be very fast, as it runs on embedded devices.

    I live in Delhi, India; & am making a Web/Android app for politicians to communicate efficiently with their supporters/volunteers. With both running in 1000s for each, we are looking at a gross user base of 1 Million users if we are very successful. Or 10 Million max. Though not to start with.

    I have this query bcoz wt is very fast.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Perhaps you could tell me (and others?) what the heck 'wt' is?

    As for writing an app to help "politicians to communicate efficiently" - IT'S A LOST CAUSE! Politicians have never and will never communicate to anyone efficiently nor directly nor truthfully. An app surely is not going to improve their sorry skills. IMHO.
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    Frameworks are IMHO pointless exercises in trying to improve development. What they do is dumb things down to let non-programmers design stuff that should be the realm of a programmer, so in a way you can say that these tools are stealing jobs.

    You are always "Eggs in one basket" with these things, a simple bug in the framework brings your site down and you have to wait for them to fix the problem not knowing what the problem is, you are stuck. If you write your own code, you will know what you did wrong and instantly fix it.

    They also add bloat and load systems and services with excess baggage that is clogging up the internet. The only reason we need a super fast internet these days is because things like compressing images is a lost art, suddenly people are uploading images of several megs and expecting that to load up like it does in their mobile...
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    *sigh* Nope, not even going to get baited into that discussion.

    To the OP, pick your tools based on what gives you the best chance of getting the right application created in the right amount of time for the right amount of money. Don't get caught up in premature optimization: get it built in an efficient manner, deploy it, measure its usage and performance, and start optimizing it if/when the need arises and you know where the performance bottlenecks are. (Using WT won't help if the problem is your database design and implementation, or your load-balancers and web-servers are not sufficient for your the number of users you have.)
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