Client-Server Architecture

Recently, most of the world is changing to the client-server architecture. This is associated with many benefits for both parties, the customer and the supplier. The supplier has more control over his software, he can easily improve and auction his product. The business logic itself is on the server side, unavailable in any binary or source form, which prevents reverse engineering and license fraud.

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Binary code renaissance.

After many years of fascination with pseudo-code, the world begins to miss binary code. It has many advantages such as speed of execution caused by the lack of pseudo-code interpretation, better optimization options because the compiler does not have to run fast, it can afford arduous analysis of the code, because it is done once and then only machine code is executed. In addition, the binary form impedes reverse engineering and license fraud.

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Interface separation

Changes in IT are so dynamic at the moment that you never know when something ends and when it starts. It's easy to miss a revolution. Thanks to the interface separation, you can always quickly and easily adapt your software to any environment, system without the need for expensive rewriting of logic. In addition, it allows the core to be wrapped in additional functionality. Thanks to XML technology, every system can also exchange data quickly and easily.

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Database separation

After writing and testing the database software, it is difficult to change the database engine because it involves revising all database queries. This often leads to dependence on a supplier, additional license and hardware costs. This can be easily changed by separating the database from logic and interface. In addition, it allows easy integration with other IT systems.

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