pmilet.DomainEvents by Pierre Milet

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 pmilet.DomainEvents 1.0.1

Library for implementing the DomainEvent pattern: As defined by Martin Fowler: "Captures the memory of something interesting which affects the domain"

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    <version>1.0.1</version>
    <authors>Pierre Milet</authors>
    <owners>Pierre Milet</owners>
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    <description>Library for implementing the DomainEvent pattern: As defined by Martin Fowler: "Captures the memory of something interesting which affects the domain"</description>
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    <projectUrl>https://github.com/pmilet/domainevents</projectUrl>
    <releaseNotes>added concurrency support</releaseNotes>
    <summary>Use Domain Events to explicitly implement side effects of changes within your domain. In other words, and using DDD terminology, use domain events to explicitly implement side effects across multiple aggregates.</summary>
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