There are different types of code, depending on the context and purpose of the software. Some examples include:

  • Infrastructure code: This type of code deals with the underlying infrastructure that supports the software. Examples include code for provisioning and managing resources, deploying and scaling the application, and monitoring and logging.
  • Domain code: This type of code deals with the specific business domain or problem that the software is designed to solve. Examples include code for performing calculations, managing data, and implementing business rules.
  • User interface code: This type of code deals with the presentation and interaction of the software with the user. Examples include code for displaying data on a screen, handling user input, and providing navigation.
  • Test code: This type of code is written to test the functionality of the software and ensure that it is working as expected. Examples include unit tests, integration tests, and acceptance tests.
  • Glue code: This type of code is used to connect different parts of the system together, such as connecting a data source to a user interface, or connecting different services together.

Each of these types of code may have their own best practices, libraries, and frameworks.