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Q 4 Mr. Ford (3): frameworks and security aspects

 
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Dear Mr.Ford,
Does your book tackle security aspects as well in
relation to the frameworks or is this considered as
another layer in the whole story (i.e. separation of
concerns).
What's your opinion with respect to this topic and
it's influence on frameworks in general?
Best regards,
Gian Franco Casula
 
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Gian -


Does your book tackle security aspects as well in
relation to the frameworks or is this considered as
another layer in the whole story (i.e. separation of
concerns).


I decided that this was outside the scope of the book. Security is a complex subject, and deserves several whole books on its own.

What's your opinion with respect to this topic and
it's influence on frameworks in general?


Generally, the frameworks are pretty orthogonal to security -- you can implement whatever you like without interfering with the framework.
 
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