Monthly Archives: May 2015

End-to-End Hypermedia: Choosing a Media Type

So you’ve decided to make the leap and build a hypermedia-rich API. Hopefully, this decision came from necessity and not boredom, but that’s a post for another day. At this point, you’re presented with a bit of a problem. You … Continue reading 

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End-to-End Hypermedia: Making the Leap

REST, a term that few people understand and fewer know how to implement, has become a blanket term for any sort of Web API. That’s unfortunate, because the underlying foundation of REST has a lot of benefits. So much so … Continue reading 

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CQRS with MediatR and AutoMapper

CQRS is a simple pattern – two objects for command/queries where once there was one. These days just about every system I build utilizes CQRS, as it’s a natural progression from refactoring your apps around the patterns arising from reads … Continue reading 

Posted in Architecture, AutoMapper, CQRS, MediatR | 68 Comments