Chapter 1. Designing the Application Architecture

The highest level aspect of the design process is also the most exciting: designing the application architecture. In this stage, the application begins to come to life, and you are not getting bogged down in technical details. You create a logical design for your application and then map the logical layers to physical servers. After you determine the physical layout, you can choose interapplication communication mechanisms and plan for cross-cutting concerns, such as systems administration.

Further into the design process, you choose how presentation logic will be divided between the client and server. For client-side components, you will need to decide between basic JavaScript, jQuery, Microsoft ...

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