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25. Design - ADFBC Application Modules - How many should I have?

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Published on Jan 7, 2014

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This episode: There's one question that has been asked again and again by ADF developers, "How many root Application Modules should our application have?" In this episode of the ADF Architecture TV channel Chris Muir discusses how the question might in fact be wrong, rather we should be asking what's the reason for wanting multiple root Application Modules in the first place?

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