Applying Architecture- 4 layer canvas in application

Hello All,

I have worked on a small live project and 2 pocs where we didn't use 4 layer canvas. But after that I have known it is the most important part of an application development.

Can someone help me know how to start with applying 4 layer canvas. It would be of great help if someone help me with an exercise in executing with an application.

 

Ankita k wrote:

Hello All,

I have worked on a small live project and 2 pocs where we didn't use 4 layer canvas. But after that I have known it is the most important part of an application development.

Can someone help me know how to start with applying 4 layer canvas. It would be of great help if someone help me with an exercise in executing with an application.

 


I think the starting point should be this guided path if not already covered :  https://www.outsystems.com/learn/paths/8/architecting-sustainable-applications/

leverage on Discovery tool  to validate the architecture 


Additionally you can refer to these samples :  


https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component-overview/2189/example-of-4-layer-template

https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component-overview/2190/practical-example-of-4-layer


Cheers

Hello everyone 

Thank you for your knowledge sharing, Really good topic to invest time


Hello All,

Why are the exercises present for web and mobile application development does not tell how to apply architecture in application development? Because I believe architecture is the first step in learning any development. 

Hi Ankita,

Hi Ankita, I understand your reasoning. If you are a developer and just started learning OutSystems than the topic of architecture design might already something you have experience with. For those new OutSystems developers without prior development experience that is something difficult to understand, without learning how to program first.

The associate guided paths help newcomers to learn the basic concepts of OutSystems platform and application development. Once achieved that knowledge and some experience other topics like architecture, performance, security are the next once to learn and gain experience in. It is a growing path.

The Becoming a Professional Web Developer and Tech Lead guided path would be the perfect one to follow.

So first you learn how build something small and easy in the associate trainings, then later you learn how to create larger and more complex applications that required a solid architecture.

Regards,

Daniel