Every system needs a framework. The main hubs that a framework should cover are UI/UX, database, and logic. These are the indispensable parts of the application that change over time and make up the bulk of a system. A useful framework frees the system builder or other team members up to focus on these things. However, teams often neglect this and end up reinventing the wheel by focusing on plumbing that shouldn’t be necessary. This series puts a case forward for using Application Frameworks with .NET and introduces some such frameworks.