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Do you use great architectural diagrams? October 2020 | View Online

8 Tips to Better Architecture Diagrams

A good architecture diagram (aka a cloud architecture diagram or system architecture diagram) gives a great overview of your project. It lets you see at a glance what the overall structure of the solution is.

This is useful for gaining an understanding of how the system fits together, how it flows, and what it does. It also helps to easily show which components can be improved, are due to be updated or could be better components (or improved architectural guidelines.)

Keep reading to find out how to create better architectural diagrams & how use them well

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