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What is the difference between a Standalone application, Client-Server application and Web application?

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posted Feb 5 by Arun

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Standalone application:

Standalone applications follow one-tier architecture. Presentation, Business, and Database layer are in one system for a single user.

Client-Server Application:

Client-server applications follow two-tier architecture. Presentation and Business layer are in a client system and Database layer on another server. It works majorly in Intranet.

Web Application:

Web server applications follow three-tier or n-tier architecture. The presentation layer is in a client system, a Business layer is in an application server and Database layer is in a Database server. It works both in Intranet and Internet.

answer Feb 5 by Arunkumaarts
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