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Chapter 9. Nested Layouts > Designing for Layout

Designing for Layout

At the point that the prototype is approved, the application’s architect must begin to consider appropriate ways to group the application’s activities into circuits. Part of this organizational process is deciding how nested circuits might provide solutions to the project’s requirements. To get this process rolling, the architect takes screenshots of the prototype and examines the output presented on each one.

Considering Hierarchy

When designing an application’s circuit structure, Fusebox’s potential for nested circuits adds a dimension to the architect’s conceptualization of the model. Simply put, rather than the simple one- or two-tier circuit model popularized in Fusebox 2, the architect can construct an n-tier model based on the needs of the application.


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