Recommend an approach to decouple Product and Access code constructs, in order to simplify Product testing
I have some code that tightly couples Product specific code and Product-Access code. I am not sure how to untangle it. So for example, for testing Product, I have to mock up Access objects. And ...
Dependency Inversion is Good Inversion of dependency is good, it: Simplifies unit-testing Reduces coupling, allowing software components to be used interchangeably Keeps instantiation logic for a ...
In a service-oriented architecture, subsystems can depend on each other in different levels: Database level => Foreign keys to enforce data integrity across services on deletions and updates ...
I currently have one separate project for my models, and one separate project for a API application that consumes this model. The intention of the separation is to avoid any outgoing dependencies from ...
I have two classes which are somewhat tightly coupled to one another. Lets call them A and B. A derives from C and B derives from D. B is the class whose instance is created by the system and then B ...
Currently my architecture is a monolithic block that handles a really specific duty. Now it needs to be generalized. Right now it handles a request and all processes (1 or many) associated to it. ...