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Architecture, Design, and Framework

What is the difference between an Architecture, Design, and Framework?
Abishek Srikaanth, Mar 01, 2011
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Codeproject has a nice article on the subject..(does not fully answer your question, but a nice read)

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/architecture/WhatIsAFramework.aspx

In a nutshell, I would put the above three in the following bucket (this is just my interpretation)

- Architecture (satisfies various stakeholders by providing relevant views of the system and includes non functional and infrastructural decisions)

- Design (specific to a requirement. How does the proposed solution meets the functional (in general) requirements of the system)

- Framework (is a reusable software artifact).

Hope this helps.
Rajesh Pillai, Mar 02, 2011


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