Event-Sourcing your React-Redux applications


Most React-Redux applications store the work in progress as is in a database. It is fine to treat objects like this in a small application. But this is not optimal when applications are complex. Prefer the CQRS design pattern for more complex applications. Combining this with Event-Sourcing is an even more powerful solution. Event-Sourcing ensures that every action is stored as a separate domain event. These domain events are the CQRS write model. These events also project into a secondary database. This projection builds the CQRS read model for the application.

Language: English

Level: Intermediate

Maurice de Beijer

Software Engineer -- ABL - The Problem Solver

Maurice de Beijer is an independent software consultant and trainer specializing in HTML5, REST, JavaScript, AngularJS and ASP.NET MVC. For DevelopMentor he currently teaches Essential and Advanced AngularJS, Essential HTML5, Essential jQuery, Modern Web Development and Essential ASP.NET MVC courses. He has been awarded the yearly Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award since 2005. Maurice is also very active in the Dutch dotNed user group where he regularly organizes meetings and the dotNed-Pluralsight study group meetings.

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