The Application Concept

Few people can cook exotic meals without a recipe. The recipe gives you an idea of what the result will look like, what ingredients you need, and how you should prepare the dish. Using a recipe as a concept for your meal is common sense.

When you build an application with Cocoon, a concept that includes the points discussed in the following sections helps you plan your solution and prevents you from making some of the more common mistakes. The following sections define the system functionality, the application architecture, and aspects such as performance and presentation design.

While thinking about these points, you can also try to work out which of the described Cocoon technologies will be important for what you want ...

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