When a user logs on to this desktop/laptop or mobile, opens a browser, and types the name of a website, the browser displays the required information, and the user performs an action on the site. Have you ever wondered how computers retrieve this information and what happens in the background? It’s an underlying web application architecture that makes this process possible. In this blog, you’ll discover what a web app architecture is, how a web application architecture diagram looks, and how you can design the right architecture for web apps.

An Overview of Web Application Architecture

A web app architecture presents a layout with all the software components (such as databases, applications, and middleware) and how they interact with each other.  It defines how the data is delivered through HTTP and ensures that the client-side server and the backend server can understand. Moreover, it also ensures that valid data is present in all user requests. It creates and manages records while providing permission-based access and authentication.  Choosing the right design defines your company’s growth, reliability, interoperability, and future IT needs. As such, it is important to understand the components comprising the architecture of web apps.

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