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Can MVP be implemented in Android with Activities and Fragments as Presenters and Custom Views?

Lately my team has started considering the implementation of MVP pattern in some of our applications. We followed the several guides and tutorials out there, basically ending up with regular ...
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Understanding client service discovery mechanism

I'm trying to understand how to implement service discovery pattern in my architechture. I understand that each instance of one service must register itself in the service registry when starts and ...
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Correct Pass along in Service oriented architecture

I'm not entirely sure how to phrase my question, so I'm going to give an example. Say you work on payment processing software. You implemented Service Oriented architecture and you have 3 main phases ...
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Where to put peripheral use cases in android while using clean architecture

I'm trying to work myself into the Clean Architecture by Bob Martin with respect to android applications. It seems to me like there are Use Cases which do not encapsulate the Domain Layer, but belong ...
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Usage of “Passive View” for winforms application

I'm currently working on a winforms project which will have a rather complex structure with about 300/400 controls which I will have to access during the program is running. I am contemplating the ...
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Rearchitecture: EF Core as DAL, how should my BLL look like?

A little background: Our system consists of a DB in SQL Server, a DAL layer using EF 6 (Database First, with a monstrous .edmx), a Web API 2 and MVC 5. The DB is very, very old and wasn't designed ...
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Service/component based application in Java

I have a Java project whose architecture is quite component-oriented, and I am wondering if this is a common way to organize code which rules/patterns are used, if there is a name for this coding ...
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Where does apply authorization rules for my layered application?

This question is about applying rules of my application that confuse me. My controller is using service and the service is using repository. public class CommentController: ApiController{ ...
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Universal Modules GUI Design

PROBLEM: GUI built above database entities usually consist of creator window (pane etc.), editor window, maybe grid or other view window. To represent an entity for user it usually requires building ...
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Improving sampling algorithm

I am having a bit of trouble designing a new feature at the moment. It is part of a resource management system. I was wondering if anyone has experience doing anything similar. I'll try to explain: ...
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Avoiding constructors with many arguments

So I have a factory which creates objects of different classes. The possible classes are all derived from an abstract ancestor. The factory has a configuration file (JSON syntax) and decides which ...
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Is event sourcing only for when writes are rare?

I'm reading up on event sourcing and can't stop asking myself if it only makes sense in exotic situations where writes are very rare or military-grade auditing is required. A non-exceptional system ...
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pipeline step with two outputs which will be used by different later steps

I am creating a java package which offers an API based on a pipeline pattern. That is I have a series of steps which can be plugged together in any combination provided their inputs match the Output ...
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Centralize permission evaluation

I am looking for a viable design/architecture pattern for securing several web applications. Here is the situation: Multiple web applications must enforce roles and permissions at Java service ...
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Passing a list of choices with different arguments for each choice

I am writing a card game, in which I separated the "Core Logic" of the game from the UI. Communication with the player from the core logic part is done via callbacks which the UI implements and ...
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Data Store Design for NxN Data Aggregation

I am trying to come up with a theoretical solution to an NxN problem for data aggregation and storage. As an example I have a huge amount of data that comes in via a stream. The stream sends the data ...
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Onion architecture in client-server application

I'm staring new project, cross-platform. I want to use onion architecture there. It will be a simple game (tic tac toe), just for education purposes. This app will be client-server type. Now, I read ...
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Event Sourcing , sagas, bus and eventual consistency

I am currently learning about Event Sourcing via the book Microsoft .NET - Architecting Applications for the Enterprise. Event sourcing is, in my own words, an architectural pattern of storing ...
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What are the differences between Event Sourcing and Service Layer pattern?

I am reading a book on architecting enterprise applications. In this book the Event Sourcing pattern is introduced which can be used as the "command" part of a Command and Query Responsibility ...
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Repository pattern with service layer - too much separation?

I have an MVC site which uses the repository pattern. I don't feel like I'm using the MVC style enough, so I'm getting ready to re-architect some of it. But I'm also wanting to do it so if the ...
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Where to put the Country Table?

It might sounds like a silly question but here is my problem. We have 100s of databases and in each of those databases, there is a country table. It was ok this way but we ran into minor problems at ...
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Domain Driven Design - DataServices vs Repositories for Domain Models vs Database Models [closed]

I've been trying to refactor an old design in to an Onion Architecture in DDD style. To that point, the project went from a monolith to 4 sub-projects: /src /Project.Application /Services ...
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dynamic api code generation in nodejs

We are using nodejs and cassandra for backend stuff. In past few months we wrote same CRUD code for different apps. I am thinking of some way to automatically generating CRUD code. I came across ...
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What would this interface be called? [closed]

At work we have a java backend that talks to python on some mobile devices. The mobile devices have no GUI, it's just pure string manipulation. All contact is initiated by the python; the java is just ...
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Are the Repository Pattern and Active Record pattern compatible?

Currently I am developing a webapp where I have defined models implementing the Active Record pattern. Each model also is defined by an interface that specifies the Entity properties and makes it easy ...
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How to best encapsulate features in code and enabling/disabling them at runtime?

I would like to be able to abstract each feature developed by the team in a way that it can be enabled or disabled at runtime by using a distributed shared configuration system. Features are small and ...
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Module based project vs Normal project [closed]

I am writing code on top an established Enterprise application. I see that the application has 4 modules as shown below. -Srk -SrkEJB -SrkUtils -SrkWeb I have gone through the code and I see that ...
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How does Polyglot Persistence handle relational data?

I have recently been studying up on microservices, and an associated idea that I've seen is that of polyglot persistence and microservices working with their own databases, or whatever storage they ...
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Project architecture for application with dynamic database

We've a project that has some tables are defined and some will be generated runtime, means dynamic and no pre-defined structure. We generally use Entity Framework to communicate to the database(in ...
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How to avoid big class complexity while keeping encapsulation?

I'm developing a PHP library to work with big numbers (at this moment only with a "Decimal" class, but I want to add new classes, to handle Integers, Rationals, and Complex numbers). In any case, the ...
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Multiple CS Sheets or Javascript

I have a homepage with a navigationBar on top of the Viewport contains two buttons. One is the default selected home button which calls/displays home.html. The other for example is Ubuntu which calls ...
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Delegating work and programming to component interfaces

I have a MessageHandler class which receives and validates messages before determining which components in the architecture they should be delegated to so they can be processed. This involves calling ...
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2 methods that are 75% the same? [closed]

I have code that violates the DRY principle and I would like to consolidate 2 methods as much as I can, but the problem I am facing is that they have some differences, I would say they are about 75% ...
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Choosing the right design pattern/architecture for a scenario

I have a situation, in which I would like your opinion about the best approach that I should take. Let's consider 10 classes (obj001, obj002 etc.) all which represent some business entities, and are ...
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Model-View-Controller: who creates whom? [closed]

In "Pattern Oriented Software Architecture - Vol 1" (p. 131), the author said that View is responsible for creating Controller. But in "Head First Design Patterns" (p. 562) it is the Controller that ...
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Multiple users using the same script for their websites

I'm working on a project, I have a question regarding the architecture: Say I have a many python scripts on my server and there's main.py which contains all the classes. And there's a script called ...
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Database design for objects with multiple states

Context I'm designing a database which, simplified, should be able to handle users sending job requests to each other, and after that a job can be started, finished, and reviewed. The design should ...
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Is MapReduce an architectural pattern? [closed]

For a documentary reseach: Architectural Patterns (ex MapReduce), I started by reading the MapReduce: Simplified Data Processing on Large Clusters paper. the authors define MapReduce as "a programming ...
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DDD, modularizing the application and domain layers without breaking the DIP

Quoting DDD theory: The application layer is thin in terms of domain logic - it merely coordinates the domain layer objects to perform the actual work. When it comes to modularization, and ...
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Is the application architecture of Facebook Flux a new idea?

Facebook announced that it's using the architecture they call Flux to develop their projects. It consists of a single direction dataflow, and concepts like a Dispatcher, Stores and Actions (well ...
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Hexagonal architecure - handle multiple returns from domain logic

I'm looking at using hexagonal/ports & adapters design in some code I'm working on and for the most part I'm happy but there is one part that I'm struggling with which how to handle the need for ...
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Progress in PHP web application design [closed]

I have created an easy database-driven web application (with PHP+MySQL). It's written procedurally with a few controllers (index.php) in a few directories and a few template files and one stylesheet. ...
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How to use ViewModels in a layered architecture?

I've got a Java application that is using a layered architecture, we have: presentation layer, business layer and data access layer. Our business layer uses the models to process the "requests". We ...
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How to handle “circular dependency” in dependency injection

The title says "Circular Dependency", but it is not the correct wording, because to me the design seems solid. However, consider the following scenario, where the blue parts are given from external ...
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Implementing a modern web application with Web API on top of old services

My company has many WCF services which may or may not be replaced in the near future. The old web application is written in WebForms and communicates straight with these services via SOAP and returns ...
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Avoiding polling with components

Once you create separate components that need to communicate with each other you enter the realm of systems programming where you have to assume that errors could originate at any step in the process. ...
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Multilayered enterprise application use of JAXB objects

I am asked to refactor and maintain an enterprise application. Normally I'm used to using the MVC design pattern. This time however, I'd like to separate everything into layers (multilayered ...
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How about using a DTO class as a property in the corresponding BO class?

I was reading this blog post and liked the idea of using the DTO class for an entity and using it as a property in the corresponding business object class like so: public class Person : BALBase { ...
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Designing a social network with CQRS, graph databases and relational databases in mind

I have done quite an amount of research on the topic so far, but i couldn't come up with a conclusion to make up my mind. I am designing a social network and during my research i stumbled upon graph ...
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Establish connection between parent and child class

Assume you have two classes, a Manager who holds a set of Clients and the Client holds a backreference to the Manager. class Manager { public: void addClient(Client* client) { ...