DNS 9 - Three Tiers to MVC - Hooray - Simple

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In the last article we took a look at some team collaboration aspects of SketchFlow in the form of getting feedback from the users of our prototype. Then we built a reusable component for our header and navigation controls that all of the screens in our prototype project could use. Once we had a header through out our entire project we then implemented a navigation in our top and primary navigation buttons. Then we created the guts of a couple of pages to show how easy it was to quickly mock up a page. Finally we discussed managing the various states of a page with SketchFlow’s state management tools.

With our prototype concepts demonstrated we can start to build our application while discussing some architectural concepts. In this article series we are going to discuss some architectural concepts. The plan is to start off creating the most simple project possible – a web page that dips directly into the database to get a list of questions for our Knowledge Exchange. Once we have that working we will walk through several refactorings of our code to slowly get it to a point that it is ultimately flexible and scalable. With each type of refactoring we will discuss the pros and cons involved with that decision. By the end of this mini-series we should have a very strong, flexible, and scalable baseline to start building our Knowledge Exchange on top of. More important you will know what someone means when they talk about a tiered application and be able to pick apart the various forms of this very generic term!

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