Tag - Software Architecture

How to Implement Modular Architecture in Your Next Project

Modular architecture is a design approach that breaks down a complex system into smaller, independent, and interchangeable parts or modules. These modules can be thought of as building blocks that can be combined to create a complete system. Modular architecture has gained popularity in recent years as a way to...

How Web Applications Works?

Architecture for web applications. What is concealed by this idea? How do web apps function? And which patterns ought to you use in your upcoming project? Let's investigate. The basis is important whether you're making a pizza or a house. If you don't want your house to fall apart in a...

Minimum Viable Architecture Or Just Enough Architecture

Many software architects struggle with over-architecture because they attempt to design the entire product up front. They attempt to anticipate what might be required in a year, but in the vast majority of cases, their work is thrown out because it was based on speculation rather than actual needs.

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Software Architecture Techniques

One of the characteristics that distinguishes average software development companies from high-performing ones is their attitude toward the software architecture culture.

Software Architecture Culture

Based on our experience at Nile Bits, teams where software developers and architects pay special attention to software architecture quality have a better culture and produce better...

Getting Started With Software Architectural Patterns

Have you ever wondered how large enterprise scale systems are built? Before we begin major software development, we must select an architecture that will provide us with the desired functionality and quality attributes. As a result, before applying different architectures to our design, we should first understand them.

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Difference between 3 tiers and 3 layers applications

The terms tier and layer are frequently used interchangeably, but actually there is a difference between them: Tiers indicate a physical separation of components, which may mean different assemblies such as DLL, EXE, etc... on the same server or multiple servers; but layers refers to a logical separation of components, such...