Today, I finalized the 0.5 release of the Axon Framework. There is quite a number of changes since the 0.4 version. The 0.5 version is a major step towards production readiness of the framework.
Besides some changes to existing building blocks, such as the event bus, which is now much more powerful, the 0.5 [...]
In this post we focus on getting the task based user interface. We have the basic building blocks in the application, but the screens are a bit stupid. How many applications would you create where you have to manually copy the identifier of a contact to an address when you want to register an address [...]
Some people have asked be what I was working on lately, since they didn’t see any blogs from me the last months. Well, my life has been heavily focused on the investigation of all the capabilities of a very simple pattern: CQRS. As I unleashed its power on a project, I noticed that most of [...]
I have blogged before about the flex client I have created for the Axon framework addressbook sample project. If you did not read it before and want to learn more about the parsley framework, check this blog.
In this blog item I am describing changes based on a new feature made available in Axon. [...]
Allard has been working on a new framework to make it easier to create a CQRS application. CQRS is short for Command Query Responsibility Segregation. An architecture that separates data sources for storing state and querying data. The query datasource should be easy to use when creating screens. The framework Allard created is the Axon [...]
I have big plans with groovy. After playing around with grails and doing some groovy scripting I was sure. I want more groovy. To be able to do more with groovy, I needed to learn more about groovy. One way to do this is to start reading and experimenting. This blog post discusses a few [...]