Architecture design is an important phase of development process, especially for enterprise applications with large scale of functionalities, technologies and long-term maintenance, enhancements and improvements.

A good architecture design brings a lot of benefits to the project: compatibility, extensibility, reliability, maintainability, availability, usability, security and many others.

There are many good articles that discus about the importance of architecture design that you can read for further details:

My favorite design for web projects is the following:

Main characteristics:

  • 3 main layers: UI layer, Business Logic layer and Data Access layer
  • Data Access: I use Entity Framework as the ORM (object relational mapping - for this project in order to generates C# data context and model classes. With the support of POCO (plain old CLR object -, we can easily deal with database stuffs (CRUD – create/read/update/delete, complex queries…) based on strongly-typed C# classes.
  • Business Logic: in this project, this layer is quite simple with interfaces and implementation classes. I also use custom providers for working on user roles and membership (authentication and authorization -
  • UI layer: I apply ASP.NET MVC framework to separate the Views (user interface), Models (data containers) and Controllers (UI logic handlers).


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