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what does it mean that zend framework is 'losely coupled'

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please given zend framework examples and real world examples
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Please see: http://www.survivethedeepend.com/zendframeworkbook/en/1.0/introduction

Loosely coupled frameworks allow the developer to pick and choose among the components that are needed.  You don't have to load the entire framework; if parts are unnecessary, they can be omitted from the deployed application.
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so loosely coupled means the developer can pick elements
thanks
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