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Having a robust application and infrastructure wrapped around poorly designed domain logic is a problem waiting to happen. [ 27 ] An Enterprise Approach to our Community Framework The topic of Domain-driven Design is a vast one. To get you started in understanding the high-level concepts, we will outline only the basics here. As we continue to build our framework and application, you will find some of the following principles applied. org. Important aspects The important aspects of the Domain-driven Design are as follows: Ubiquitous language The concept of ubiquitous language is a simple one.
Finally, we get to the Send() method that is used by all of the other methods. This method is responsible for actually sending the emails. config just after the configuration tag. NET framework how to connect to our mail server. Send(Message); } This configuration is very flexible in how it sends the email. However, it still requires the webpage to be responsible for sending emails directly. This creates a page with lots of overheads given that there could be a lot of recipients to process, or a lot of network lag involved in the transactions.
To extend our person example from the Entities section further, we could make an "address" value object rather than have a person with properties of state, city, zip code, street, or any other information pertaining to the address. The value object would then store information about state, city, zip code, street, and so on. This address object could then be part of a person. Address. City. Technically, this address could be shared for all the people in the same house. We don't care so much for the address itself, but for the fact that it is attached to a specific person.