Two Tier Architecture
A two-tier architecture is a software architecture in which a presentation layer or interface runs on a client, and a data layer or data structure gets stored on a server. Separating these two components into different locations represents a two-tier architecture, as opposed to a single-tier architecture.
- Material Kit coded in React and Express, where React implements the presentation layer, and the application login is coded in Express, the popular Node.js Framework.
- Argon Design coded in Vue.js and Laravel.
- BulmaPlay - presentation layer coded in jQuery and the server side implemented in Flask
- Flask Solid State - open-source application coded on top of Solid State design in jQuery and Flask