What is Clean Architecture - SSTTEK Academy

Clean Architecture

Clean Architecture is a software architecture principle used in designing software applications. Its primary goal is to create a codebase that is easy to maintain, testable, flexible, and well-managed in terms of dependencies. 

Clean Architecture achieves this by separating the application into different layers, typically including: 

Presentation Layer: Deals with user interface (UI) and data presentation. It is not directly concerned with application logic and often depends on a framework. 

Business Logic Layer (Domain Layer): Contains the application’s business rules and domain model. This layer is independent of frameworks and other infrastructure details. 

Infrastructure Layer: Handles access to external resources like databases, web servers, file systems, etc. This layer is dependent on technological details. 

Clean Architecture is particularly beneficial for medium to large-scale applications but may not be suitable for every project as it can introduce unnecessary complexity in simpler applications. 

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