This article explains an example of application architecture and how it is used in software development. An application architecture is a set of rules and models used to guide software design, as well as the connections between them. It defines the organization of software, its interaction with external systems, as well as its internal processes. This example includes the five core components of an application architecture: the database, the application, the web server, the user interface, and the business logic. With this architecture in place, software engineers can create the necessary software components and processes required for efficient software development.
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