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Mar
28
comment How essential is it to make a service layer?
Interesting.. so a service layer can't be the only solution all the time in some case its better not to use it. I was struggling about using one or not for my game server.. but reading this answer was the solution. Since the consumer is only a client that can make use of websockets.. this is not useful for me to have a service layer.. furthermore the commands handling are itself a service layer in that case.
Jun
26
comment Ways to break the “Syndrome of the perfect programmer”
I understand but we can't consider this "black or white" i believe.
Jun
26
comment Ways to break the “Syndrome of the perfect programmer”
+1 i like the part.. "your first attempt "good enough" unless proven otherwise."
Jun
26
comment Ways to break the “Syndrome of the perfect programmer”
I doesn't agree there.. i believe everyone whatever the background can feel this way maybe at some different degrees but still.
Apr
25
comment One controller per page or many pages in one controller?
Seem the right answer to me. CodeIgniter accept sub directories for controllers which enable to seperate controllers into zones so i can end up with two pagescontroller (one per zone). Thanks!
Apr
25
comment One controller per page or many pages in one controller?
Wait.. your saying that one section represent one apps ? interesting way of doing it (and probably THE way of doing it). Wonder if codeigniter do it this way.. will check. I must be sure that you can go from one app to another without breaking any session or connection state.
Apr
25
comment One controller per page or many pages in one controller?
How would you represent a website with theses areas : home, login, account, contact. Would you use 2 controllers like your example ? if you go to localhost/ it open the homecontroller then if you go localhost/contact in theory shouldnt it go to contact controller ? and what you mean by backend ?
Feb
11
comment Question between aggregations, compositions, references (arrow) and simple link (nothing) relations within UML2?
Could you move this to StackOverFlow please. It seem i need more answers on this Thanks.
Feb
11
comment Question between aggregations, compositions, references (arrow) and simple link (nothing) relations within UML2?
Edited the question.
Feb
11
comment Question between aggregations, compositions, references (arrow) and simple link (nothing) relations within UML2?
@Steven Jeuris. If there 3 elements in a composition. (A -> B -> C) If -> is a composition relationship. Who is responsable of the creation and the destruction of the object ? It is the root ? or A have responsability of B and B have responsability of C ?
Feb
11
comment Can an aggregate root hold references of members of another aggregate root?
Well i dont think. This is a programming question. Stackoverflow is more like a technical questions i think ?
Feb
11
comment Can an aggregate root hold references of members of another aggregate root?
Assignations are like taking a group and a period (start date and end date) and bind them together in a sequence which is owned by a phase which is owned by a calendar.
Feb
11
comment Can an aggregate root hold references of members of another aggregate root?
I edited my question. Should be more clear now. I am sorry for unclear parts. Actually all i need to know if its an aggregate root can hold references to another aggregate roots objects part of the aggregate.
Feb
11
comment Can an aggregate root hold references of members of another aggregate root?
But in a DDD i must avoid bidirectional stuff. Is there a way to transfoem this to become unidirectional?