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In the past 30 years, the hardware infrastructure that supports software applications has changed many times. At the beginning were the mainframes and the minicomputers, highly proprietary hardware with dumb terminals in front of the user. With the arrival of the personal computers, developers started using the power of the user machine. Organizations switched to a client server model for large applications.
The user interface and part of the logic would be located on the PC. It was a time where compiled languages were the kings and IDE promoted visual development. ...