Domain-Driven Design Using Naked Objects book, by author Dan Haywood, covers the Domain-Driven Design topic using the open-source Java framework Naked Objects framework (which is now part of the Apache Isis incubator project). InfoQ spoke with Dan about the book, Naked Objects framework and its recent submission to be an Apache project.
When Trygve Reenskaug invented the MVC pattern for Smalltalk, he had originally envisaged that all models would come with default views and controllers. By combining Entity Framework 4, ASP.NET MVC, and his reflection-based view engine, Richard Pawson shows how that vision can be achieved using Naked Objects.
Five success factors for systematic reuse which help capture domain variations, ease integration, delve deeper into design context, work effectively as a team, and manage domain complexity.
William El Kaim, Lead Architect at Carlson Wagonlit, details all the choices he and his colleagues have made while building their organization's Service Oriented Architecture. 8
In this article, author Alberto Brandolini discusses the many sides of bounded contexts and how to use them to build a context map to support key decisions in a software development project. 7
Jean-Jacques presents a unified view of Model Driven Engineering, Architecture and Programming models. He introduces a new approach to specify the execution elements semantics of DSLs. 6
When time to release is critical, Naked Objects allows you to quickly generate a presentation layer from annotated domain objects. 22
If you want to build model-driven software you’ll need to devise a methodology based on ideas and experiences from others. Johan den Haan shares with us 8 gotchas of Model Driven Engineering. 16
Sven Efftinge, Peter Friese, and Jan Köhnlein pass on Model-driven software development best practices they have learned after years of increasing success applying MDD. 6
In this article, Srini Penchikala discusses Domain Driven Design from a practical stand-point. The article looks at architectural guidelines and best practices that can be used in a DDD project. 53