In the 00’s, the internet began seeing its first JS Frameworks, that’s when the JS Frameworker began writing his repetitive web-gui interfaces that have plauged the industry. It wasn’t until 2011 when the FBI became concerned. “It’s one thing for people to produce their own framework and publish it, but around 2011, there was some guy that kept putting more and more of the same JS interfaces out there. They weren’t starting to scare developers yet, but they were all more or less the same thing just adjusted to be slightly different, that’s when the FBI began investigating. We could tell they were his in the beginning, they were clumsily designed and not very effective or wide spread. It became a side project tracking him down” Frank Joe-worth O’houlihan FBI lead investigator.
In the mid 2010’s when most people stopped making their own JS frameworks, the JS Frameworker began releasing his frameworks on a crudely timed switch over the internet. The FBI traced the JS packages to a variety of Starbucks’ between Salt Lake City, Chicago, Denver, Berkley, and other towns in the US. “We could tell all these frameworks were coming from one guy. He knew what he was doing and made it impossible to track him down. All we knew was he lived in the United States. The list of suspects was in the 10’s of dozens of developers.” said Frank Joe-worth O’houlihan. As the 2010s came to a close, strikes from the JS-Frameworker became a monthly occurrence scaring developers everywhere.
In late 2021, a customer of a Starbucks in Kansas City reported to have seeing a man in a hoodie uploading three dozen new JS Frameworks. He, being a overworked web developer keeping up with all the new frameworks, thought it was odd behavior and reported the man to the police giving them their first glimpse into the real JS-Frameworker through a police sketch. Later that year, a message was encoded in one of the frameworks ReadMe files that turned out to be some sort of manifesto.
The manifesto was a three thousand word tirade about how the internet would end humanity. “I knew it was professor Hugh’s as soon as I read the manifesto in the readme,” reported web developer Cody Partridge “I took his class at the university of Chicago years ago in the early days of web development and always remembered him speaking about how the web would be the end of humanity offering information at the click of a button. JS would be the end of cool intro videos and flash. As soon as I read his ReadMe file like everyone else, I had to report it to the authorities.”
“Jeremy? I had no idea he was the JS-Frameworker, he always just kept to himself. That’s just what you do out here in Montanta. We give each other space,” Neighbor Susan Gunthers reported. “If I knew he was copy-pasting and creating dozens of repetitive JS-Frameworks to trash the world of web development I would have reported him immediately, hell, I wouldn’t have let him talk to my kids last week. That man is sick!”