By Mark Hurd, founder of architecture software company Architecture SoftwareSourceFinancial PostI know what you’re thinking: “I can build a complex, robust, and resilient architecture for the web.”
But what if your architecture isn’t designed for web apps?
Or if you have an application that’s designed to be used across devices?
Or for a specific use case?
And what if you want to make the architecture robust and scalable across a broad range of applications?
Then it can be a challenge to understand the architecture design process, especially when the architecture is written by hand.
It is also important to understand how your architecture works, which will help you understand how to write the right code for your architecture.
In this article, I will outline the architecture process for building robust and flexible architectures, and then discuss how you can apply the architecture principles that you’ve learned to write code for the architecture you want.
In the future, I’ll be focusing on the design process of a web application, but this article is about the architecture itself.
As you can see, the architecture of a website, as well as the architecture for a mobile app, will vary greatly depending on the use case and the underlying technology.
For example, if your goal is to build the backend for a web app, the underlying platform might be the server-side application, or the front-end web application.
For the same use case, the backend might be a database application, a service-oriented architecture (SOA), or a cloud architecture.
If you’re looking to build an architecture for an application, then I would suggest starting with the architecture fundamentals.
Then you can add some layer of layers to the architecture to better understand how the architecture will scale across different use cases.
For instance, you might consider adding layers for communication and the persistence layer to better ensure the application remains secure, or you might think about adding layers to support the routing layer to allow for a single application to connect to multiple services.
In any case, you will need to understand a little bit about the underlying architecture before you begin.
The first step in building an architecture is to decide which architecture fundamentals you will be building.
The following article is not intended to be a comprehensive overview of architecture fundamentals, but instead provides a starting point for building a robust and resilient web architecture.
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