Software Architectural Patterns

Architectural pattern is the way of designing a software. You should decide which pattern to use before starting a software project. It divides the project into smaller pieces and guides you for the development.

Other definitions for architectural patterns:

An architectural pattern is a general, reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem in software architecture within a given context. (Wikipedia)

An architectural pattern is a named collection of architectural design decisions that are applicable to a recurring design problem, parameterized to account for different software development contexts in which that problem appears. (Book: Software Architecture: Foundations, Theory, and Practice)

You might come across other names like “architectural style”, “software architecture”, “development model” so on and so forth. The idea behind the architectural patterns is that solving a problem and having a common language for all of the project team (leader, analysts, developers, testers etc.)

You might come across other names like “architectural style”, “software architecture”, “development model” so on and so forth. The idea behind the architectural patterns is that solving a problem and having a common language for all of the project team (leader, analysts, developers, testers etc.)

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