Sunday, March 25, 2018

CQRS Commands, stateless services, and thin clients

Looking at the CQRS architectural pattern, there are interactions that maybe I didn’t fully understand. Like if the target of queries/commands are the Managers from the IDesign methodology, this kinda has a direct implication on the statefulness of the Manager vs the statelessness of the client. So you need a thin client with little state, and commands are routed to the Manager in the backend, and any updates then come back to the thin client as a response object or update message.

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