Introducing the P.T. Monday Case Study
The application of patterns occurs early in the architectural process and continues throughout application design and well into the implementation stages. In order, you would apply architectural patterns, design patterns, and idioms to the stages of development. An architectural pattern guides the structure of a system from the user through the database and any layers that make up the application structure. Design patterns guide the structure or mechanics of classes and components within an architectural subsystem. Idioms are common techniques within a particular technology or language.
KeywordsBusiness Process User Requirement Business Logic Business Requirement Apache Tomcat
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