Domain Driven Design with Web API revisited Part 13: view models

Introduction

In the previous post we tested the load testing database context. We saw how EF could transform the database objects into domain ones through reflection. However, we had to add some changes to the domain code in order to support this feature. The domain objects lost their persistence ignorance feature to some extent but I think we were able to minimise the “damage”. One such change was the addition of a private parameterless constructor which really has no role for the domain but helps us implement EntityFramework as the backing store mechanism.

In this post we’ll look at view models.

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