re: What's the difference between a library and a framework? VIEW POST

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Completely agree with the definition; but as always there's a blurry line. What if a library works with lots of callbacks that you have to put your code into, is it still a library or does it start to become a framework?
React is probably near the blurry line too. I'd call it a "lightweight framework".

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