Designing Applications with Application Designer
Application Designer provides a designer surface for designing, configuring, and connecting applications that provide or use services. Using these application definitions, you can then compose application systems and then evaluate their deployment.
Provides an overview of Application Designer and the main tasks you can perform using the designer.
Describes how to begin designing applications by creating a solution with a blank application diagram.
Describes how to add an application diagram to an existing solution.
Contains topics about reverse-engineering existing solutions to make Distributed System Designers available for application projects in your solution.
Contains topics about designing applications on the application diagram.
Contains topics about defining endpoints on applications.
Contains topics about configuring connections between applications on application diagrams.
Contains topics about implementing applications to continue defining them in code.
Describes and helps resolve issues that can affect application diagrams and other distributed system diagrams.
Introduces Distributed System Designers, common tasks performed across designers, accessibility information, and walkthroughs.
Introduces System Designer, which you can use to design application systems composed from applications or other systems.
Introduces Logical Datacenter Designer, which you can use to create logical representations of target datacenters.
Introduces Deployment Designer, which you can use to evaluate deployment of application systems.
Introduces Class Designer, which you can use to visually design classes.
Describes common tasks performed across Distributed System Designers.
Contains guidance for working with Distributed System Designers in a team environment.
Provides walkthroughs of core tasks performed using Distributed System Designers.