Composable Architecture

  • Composable Digital Architecture

What is Composable Architecture?

Composable architecture is a software design pattern that emphasizes the separation of concerns within an application by decomposing it into smaller, independent, and interchangeable components that can be composed together to build the desired functionality. The main goal of this approach is to make the application more modular, flexible, and easier to maintain and evolve over time.

One of the key principles of composable architecture is the use of well-defined interfaces to define the relationships and interactions between the different components. This allows the components to be combined and reused in different ways, and also makes it easier to test, debug, and replace individual components without affecting the rest of the system.

There are many different approaches to implementing composable architecture, and the specific details can vary depending on the requirements and constraints of the particular application. However, some common strategies include the use of design patterns such as dependency injection, inversion of control, and event-driven communication.

External links:

  • architecture/composable_architecture.txt
  • Last modified: 2023/01/07 12:48
  • by Henrik Yllemo