The Wolfram Quantum Framework provides a new, higher-level way to conveniently pursue quantum computing research with Wolfram Notebooks. It offers a general suite of modeling capabilities for simulating quantum computation, with full integration into Mathematica and Wolfram Language, and also interoperability with many external quantum platforms. At its code, Wolfram quantum framework has a collection of quantum objects, that fully describe quantum entities, such as quantum basis, state, operations, and processes. These objects can be transformed under some operations (for example, quantum state into a quantum measurement, by a measurement operator), or some of their properties can be calculated using other functions (for example, quantum entanglement monotones for a quantum state). Computations can be symbolically, or numerically.