Web and Enterprise Architecture Design Patterns for J2EE, Part 1
Subject:   Fowler's "Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture"
Date:   2003-09-16 22:12:03
From:   frmitchell
It would be interesting to compare this book to Martin Fowler's "Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture".

Martin's book is a little more general and high-level, albeit with J2EE and .NET applications. The examples in this article center more on implementation strategies and specific technology decisions. For example, Fowler's "Server-Side State" pattern discusses the pros and cons of caching state on the server, while this article's "Stateless Channel" recommends caching state in an "application tier" behind the "web tier".

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