In IT parlance, framework development specifically points to the enhancement of software that can be used and re-used for different platforms and different graphical user interface. It is a kind of software engineering that optimizes design so that end users can have the ability to deploy a single framework for multiple purposes. This is now becoming the accepted standard for software engineering and increasingly being adopted by most modern enterprises for their IT infrastructures and deployments.
Frameworks are applications that have the ability to generate domain relationships. They are being utilized in order for different programs to achieve flexibility. This flexibility can be made possible through the use of hot spot generators. As a standalone application, a framework cannot be executed. It needs a hot spot for execution. This hot spot has specific code that will instantly work once connected to a framework. So, in a single framework, there could be several hot spots that can be used for executing a program. Different hot spots have different source codes but are housed on the framework. Thus, software flexibility is achieved and many graphical user interfaces can be processed.
Framework development and deployment is very useful for enterprises that have multiple business application processes. They will be able to economize their IT deployments precisely because of the multi functionality of the enterprise framework. This economy of scale will further boost efficiency and productivity of the IT environment. That is why most modern corporate IT architectures are being developed to have framework interfaces in order to maximize the IT environment.