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Beschreibung des Verlags

Document the architecture of your software easily with this highly practical, open-source template.
Key Features
Get to grips with leveraging the features of arc42 to create insightful documents

Learn the concepts of software architecture documentation through real-world examples

Discover techniques to create compact, helpful, and easy-to-read documentation
Book Description
When developers document the architecture of their systems, they often invent their own specific ways of articulating structures, designs, concepts, and decisions. What they need is a template that enables simple and efficient software architecture documentation. arc42 by Example shows how it's done through several real-world examples.

Each example in the book, whether it is a chess engine, a huge CRM system, or a cool web system, starts with a brief description of the problem domain and the quality requirements. Then, you'll discover the system context with all the external interfaces. You'll dive into an overview of the solution strategy to implement the building blocks and runtime scenarios. The later chapters also explain various cross-cutting concerns and how they affect other aspects of a program.
What you will learn
Utilize arc42 to document a system's physical infrastructure

Learn how to identify a system's scope and boundaries

Break a system down into building blocks and illustrate the relationships between them

Discover how to describe the runtime behavior of a system

Know how to document design decisions and their reasons

Explore the risks and technical debt of your system
Who this book is for
This book is for software developers and solutions architects who are looking for an easy, open-source tool to document their systems. It is a useful reference for those who are already using arc42. If you are new to arc42, this book is a great learning resource. For those of you who want to write better technical documentation will benefit from the general concepts covered in this book.

Computer und Internet
7. Oktober
Packt Publishing