Event-Driven Architecture – @herbertograca


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> Using events to design applications is a practice that seems to be around since the late 1980s. We can use events anywhere in the frontend or backend. When a button is pressed, when some data changes or some backend action is performed. But what is it exactly? When should we use it and how?
architecture  eventsourcing  cqrs  domaindrivendesign  via:jfmcdowell 
2 days ago by nwjsmith
Using events to design applications is a practice that seems to be around since the late 1980s. We can use events anywhere in the frontend or backend. When a button is pressed, when some data changes or some backend action is performed. But what is it exactly? When should we use it and how? What…
architecture 
3 days ago by jfmcdowell
Using events to design applications is a practice that seems to be around since the late 1980s. We can use events anywhere in the frontend or backend. When a button is pressed, when some data changes or some backend action is performed. But what is it exactly? When should we use it and how? What…
event-driven  event-sourcing  architecture  cqrs 
4 days ago by pinterb
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architecture  pinboard  tech 
5 days ago by lfcipriani
Succinct overview of the appropriate situations in which to use events, instead of direct calls. Explains the trade-offs of each event-driven approach, as well as the types of events, and their pros and cons.
event  architecture  sweng  compsci 
5 days ago by dogrover
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5 days ago by hiroprot