I will always build new frameworks. But for fun and learn only.
For real projects, I will use an existing (and reliable) framework.
Framework will structure your code and improve readability.
They save a lot of time and will probably even be faster.
And if you pick the good one, you will always stay in control of what's happening.
I see no good reason for not using a framework to be honest.
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