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====Memento editions====
 
*The Mobile edition — an edition that runs on mobile device '''''platforms''''', such as Google's Android OS and Apple's iOS OS.
 
*The Mobile edition — an edition that runs on mobile device '''''platforms''''', such as Google's Android OS and Apple's iOS OS.
 
**The edition on the Android platform dates back to 2015 or earlier.
 
**The edition on the Android platform dates back to 2015 or earlier.
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Like almost all modern applications, Memento employs a 3-tier structure.
 
Like almost all modern applications, Memento employs a 3-tier structure.
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<strong>Memento tiers</strong>
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====Memento tiers====
 
*The '''''Presentation tier''''' &mdash; commonly called its '''''UI''''' or ''user interface''. The UI consists of &mdash; on the Mobile edition screens & on the Desktop edition windows &mdash; in either edition with cards (forms), menus, toolbars, buttons, and so on &mdash; to handle interaction with the user.
 
*The '''''Presentation tier''''' &mdash; commonly called its '''''UI''''' or ''user interface''. The UI consists of &mdash; on the Mobile edition screens & on the Desktop edition windows &mdash; in either edition with cards (forms), menus, toolbars, buttons, and so on &mdash; to handle interaction with the user.
 
*The '''''Application tier''''' &mdash; actions taken upon user input or other such events, like the pushing of a button or saving of an entry. These events may be handled &dash; to some degree by Memento & to another degree by the use of '''''scripting''''' &mdash; manages these events, some of which are handled by Memento itself and some of which may be controlled by the user, generally in JavaScript.
 
*The '''''Application tier''''' &mdash; actions taken upon user input or other such events, like the pushing of a button or saving of an entry. These events may be handled &dash; to some degree by Memento & to another degree by the use of '''''scripting''''' &mdash; manages these events, some of which are handled by Memento itself and some of which may be controlled by the user, generally in JavaScript.

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