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Exam 1D0-621 topic 1 question 14 discussion
Actual exam question from CIW's
Question #: 14
Topic #: 1
[All 1D0-621 Questions]
What would be a limitation to using a framework to create a large web site?
Most frameworks have some form of security issues.
Frameworks typically are harder to master than coding with HTML5.
Frameworks may be limited in functionality.
Most frameworks have a cost associated with each design.
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May 16, 2020, 1:42 p.m.
11 months ago
C - Ucertify "Frameworks are limited. A framework's core behavior cannot be modified, without effectively recreating the framework from the ground up, which defeats the purpose of having a framework to begin with. This forces developers to respect the limits of the framework they are using, and work the way it is required. The moral: Make sure you choose a framework that suits your needs." A- Security is both a positive and negative benefit of a framework since people contribute, an bad actors exploit flaws.
6 days, 4 hours ago
Should be C. "Frameworks are limited. A framework's core behavior cannot be modified, without effectively recreating the framework from the ground up, which defeats the purpose of having a framework to begin with." "Security — If you use a popular framework, you can rest assured that it is at least reasonably secure. This is one of the main advantages of having a large and active community behind a framework: If security vulnerabilities are found — or other nontrivial problems and bugs — they tend to be reported and fixed quickly."
1 month ago
according to ucertify: Security — If you use a popular framework, you can rest assured that it is at least reasonably secure. therefore I believe the answer should be C, frameworks may be limited in functionality
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