The introduction of numerous new enabling technologies has benefitted the practice of corporate application development. Platforms enabling multi-tiered object-oriented development, such as Java and.NET, are already commonplace.
Although these new tools and technologies can be used to create powerful applications, they are difficult to put into practice. Because their developers do not comprehend the architectural principles that seasoned object developers have learned, enterprise apps frequently fail on a regular basis.
The book Patterns of Corporate Application Architecture was produced in response to the difficult problems that enterprise application developers must deal with. Although technology has changed over the years—from Smalltalk to CORBA to Java to. NET—the author, renowned object-oriented designer Martin Fowler, found that the same fundamental design principles may be modified and applied to address common issues. Martin identifies patterns in more than forty recurrent solutions with the assistance of a knowledgeable group of contributors. As a result, a comprehensive manual of fixes that may be used with any enterprise application platform has been produced.
Actually, there are two novels in this one. You can read the first section, a brief tutorial on creating enterprise applications, from cover to cover to get a sense of the volume's content. The majority of the book's second portion includes a comprehensive reference to the patterns themselves. Each pattern includes thorough Java or C# code samples as well as usage and implementation details. UML diagrams are extensively used throughout the text to further clarify the concepts.
After reading this book, you'll be equipped with the knowledge you need to choose the best architectural strategies for creating enterprise applications as well as the tested construction techniques.