Application architecture refers to the patterns and methods used for designing and building a mobile application. The architecture gives you a roadmap and guidelines to follow while creating your app so that you end up with a well-structured product.
An app with well-built architecture should:
Mobile app architecture can vary in its implementation depending on the type of application:
An SPA or single page application loads all the information on one page. Users get a high-quality interface without congestion and unnecessary elements, as well as high download speeds.
An MPA or multi-page application is used when it is impossible to fit all the information on one page.
The architecture for microservices is based on a service-oriented approach. The application is made up of individual modules and services.
A serverless app does not have a remote database and is usually a utility such as a calculator.