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Domain-Driven Design

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Domain-Driven Design

Domain-driven design, also known as DDD, focuses on developing software according to a domain built with domain experts' input. In other words, the code structure should reflect the business domain. 

Terms connected with DDD: 

To dive deeper into the topic and understand the domain-driven design better, it is good to know some of the terms related to DDD: 

  • Aggregates – clusters of domain objects that can be treated as single entities.
  • Context – the environment in which a word/expression appears specifies its meaning.
  • Domain logic is a set of rules impacting the development of the design storage process. 
  • Entities (Reference Objects) are identifiable objects whose identity is unchanging over time. 
  • Ubiquitous language – the terminology and terms used in the design and development process by all professionals engaged in a particular project.

How can domain-driven design benefit your business? 

  • More effective communication between team workers because of the Ubiquitous Language composed by every team member. 
  • The business goal is central – DDD is business-oriented and helps build a product that fulfills company requirements. 
  • The roles in the team are clearly defined, and the project goal is settled at the very beginning, which makes the whole development process more efficient. 

Domain-driven design helps coordinate software development and business requirements to create a holistic and comprehensive product while not compromising on quality. Layered design is a great solution to manage even more complex projects.

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Publish date

28 Mar 2022

Adam Detko

Software Development

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