Any new updates or documentation on Enhanced ReFramework?

ReFramework is a godsend for automating processes, and I was excited to see that the team had come up with an enhanced version of ReFramework.

I tried to learn whatever I could from the docs provided at the Github page for Enhanced ReFramework, but I am finding it difficult to wrap my head around those concepts.

I know at its core, it operates just like any other ReFramework, but I wish to learn what those additional features are, and how we can leverage them to our advantage.

I was hoping that by now the latest docs pertaining to Enhanced ReFramework would be in circulation(the one present at the github page still describes the basic ReFramework).

I have only come across a single video on YouTube, but he didn’t go indepth, describing the new features and how it will be useful.

If anyone can share a brief description of the additional features and concepts that have been implemented in Enhanced ReFramework, that would be very helpful.

I hope we will see more progress on this, and look forward to it.

Thanks in advance!

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