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If you’re running a multi-site website, you might have to make some tough decisions on how to distribute your assets.
This article explains how to manage your multiple sites with one application.
For more tips, see Managing multiple sites on a single app.
What’s an application?
A multi-application application is a suite of tools or extensions that can help you manage multiple sites, like an email, a social network, or a calendar.
A multi site application is also called a micro-site.
The main features of an application are: • The ability to manage and modify content across multiple sites and apps • The possibility to share content across sites or apps • Ability to manage the content of multiple sites across multiple applications • Ability for applications to share the same content across applications • The capability to share multiple content across apps.
When you install an application, it can take on different names depending on where you are in your application’s lifecycle.
The application is not just a single web page, and you can’t use the same app for multiple applications.
In addition to the main features mentioned above, you also have the following additional features: • Ability of application to be managed across different platforms • Ability or lack thereof to manage content across different apps and platforms • The availability of multiple applications on the same platform and platform versions • The sharing of content across various platforms.
A single app can be a powerful tool for managing multiple websites, especially if you need to share and manage content between multiple sites.
The Application Lifecycle and Application Development A multi application application is built in a single application and uses the same design principles and conventions as the main application.
You can manage multiple applications using a single, unified application architecture.
A typical application architecture includes: • A website management application for managing websites, a search engine, a calendar, or an email service • A content management application that manages your content and your apps • A calendar application that shows your current calendar events on the website • A social networking application that handles interactions between your sites and applications and provides tools for sharing content across your sites or applications • A mobile app that displays your current location on the phone and also displays the time zone of your current app and your current application.
A Multi Site Application Architecture This application architecture is the same across multiple platforms, applications, and versions of the application.
The core components are:• The website management or content management interface that lets you manage content on your site or applications and to share it across multiple apps.
• The search engine or mobile search interface that allows you to find information on a site or an application and also to share your content with other sites.
• A web analytics application that can monitor your website and applications activity and deliver a report on performance.
• An email or calendar application.
• Ability, or lack of, to share between applications.
If you’ve built your application to support multiple sites (or multiple applications), you can also leverage a unified application for sharing the same website across multiple websites or applications.
The following diagram shows the application architecture for a typical multi-app application architecture with the application lifecycle and application development: The Application Layers and Architecture The application lifeline is the lifecycle of the main app that controls the behavior of the applications that make up the application (or apps).
This lifecycle can be thought of as the process of building, maintaining, and upgrading the main components of the app.
For example, a mobile app has two lifelines: one for the application to connect to the Internet and the other for the main site to display information about its data and to interact with other applications.
When the application first launches, it has its main lifeline open.
This is usually the mobile application’s home page, where it displays the site and also loads data for the website.
The mobile application can then interact with the main website and its user-generated content to send and receive messages and updates.
Once the main lifecycle is closed, the main applications main lifelines are closed, as well.
The applications main app, in this example, is the website management app.
The user interface for the site is called the app interface.
The app interface controls the site’s functionality.
In this example we are going to focus on the content management app, which controls the app store and all the features of the mobile app.
Once you have a website that has all the main apps in place, it is ready for the next stage of your application lifecycles.
The Main Application Architecture for a Multi-Site Application Architecture When building a multi site app, you need a separate application architecture that is designed to handle the different applications.
Each application has its own lifecycle, so there are two lifelogs for each application.
In the following diagram, the app lifecycle diagram shows us a typical application lifelog for a website.
We can see that the main one starts on the application launch, and then for the rest of the lifecys the app