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Pro CQRS and Event Sourcing with ASP.NET MVC (Paperback)Ashic Mahtab
Paperback Published: 11/07/2012
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From ASP.NET MVC to DDD, developers have been taking a fresh look at their coding practices and moving to new, cleaner, designs that bring power and elegance to their code. The CQRS and Event Sourcing patterns have become more and more popular over the last two years. Their focus on simplicity and rejection of complex layered architectures has struck a chord with developers increasingly embracing new patterns and practices to revolutionise the way they code. From ASP.NET MVC to DDD developers have been taking a fresh look at their coding practices and moving to new, cleaner, designs that bring power and elegance to their code. After a brief gestatory period CQRS and Event Sourcing, like ASP.NET MVC before it, are now beginning to move into the mainstream. The Microsoft Patterns and Practices group have created a roadmap for CQRS support and the influential Alt.NET community (responsible for nHibernate development) have already begun actively using the patterns to good effect in large-scale projects. The technologies star is most certainly in the ascendent. Pro CQRS and Event Sourcing with ASP.N ET MVC gives you practical, no nonsense guidance in both how the patterns work and how they can be applied to your projects. During the course of the book we develop a fully working ASP.NET website that shows CQRS working seamlessly in consort with MVC to provide an robust, yet elegant, code framework that emphasises function and simplicity. What you'll learn * What the CQRS and Event Sourcing patterns mean for the way you develop * How to apply the patterns to ASP.NET MVC applications and other projects * Which of the pre-existing CQRS frameworks is right for you * How to evaluate CQRS patterns for consistency and performance * Proven tips for migrating your existing work to use CQRS and Event Sourcing Who this book is for This book will interest readers wanting to see how the future of .NET code is developing. It will be of particualar interest to ASP.NET MVC and DDD developers.