A domain model is composed of the objects, behavior, relationships, and attributes that make up the industry that is the focus of development.

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modelling a restaurant availability search

I am looking into finding an efficient way which can scale up to thousands of restaurants, for doing a reservation search. Ideally, it would be efficient to answer queries like find a restaurant ...
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Web application / Domain model integration using JSON capable DTOs

I'm a bit confused about architectural choices for the web-applications/java/python world. For c/c++ world the available (open source) choices to implement web applications is pretty limited to zero, ...
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Rails: get data about a model collection, with new model or method?

have a model Product with attributes sales, views and I need to get sales/views count of all products, in this case is more correct to implement this things as method and have a call like ...
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Functional tests only to testing the infrastructure layer, or test too the domain services without mocking?

This is a code example: My entities (Domain Layer): class Account: def __init__(name, author): self.name = name self.email = email My repositories interfaces (Domain Layer): ...
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Model Driven Design with Bean Validation

If I have a rich domain library that gets included into a Java web application, but I want to achieve a level of dependency isolation with that domain library such that it is possible to build and ...
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Model design used in Zend Framework 1.8 Web application development

I am currently reading Zend Framework 1.8 web application development by Keith Pope. In this book an application called storefront which is a shopping cart is being built. But I am not able to ...