Onion Architecture Article in Method and Tools Magazine


My article about Onion Architecture has just been released in the Method and Tools Magazine. The article contains even more insights into the Onion Architecture and how it compares to traditional Layered Architecture by analyzing code samples with Structure Studio. I highly recommend you read it. Methods & Tools is a free software development magazine on Project Management, Software Testing, Agile, Scrum, Lean, Kanban Requirements (UML, Business Analysis, User Stories), Programming (Java...

Logging in an onion architecture


In reaction to this post I received an interesting comment from valeriu. A very nice wrap-up about onion architecture, thank you for sharing the presentation! However, there’s a something that’s bothering me. Sometimes, you may have need to interact with some infrastructure parts from the inner layers. A good example will be logging – domain service may need to log some details or exceptions. How you would approach that? To keep the right direction for dependencies (if you’re really committed...

Chop onions instead of layers


This is the presentation handout for a presentation I gave at the bbv Techday 2013. Special thanks to Jeffrey Palermo for supporting me.  Chopping onions usually makes you cry. This is not the case in software architecture. In contrary! The onion architecture, introduced by Jeffrey Palermo, puts the widely known layered architecture onto its head. Get to know the onion architecture and its merits with simple and practical examples. Combined with code structuring by feature your software is easy...

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