Tag Archives: griffin framework
As you might know I’m running a .NET exception service called OneTrueError. When I moved from a NoSQL db to SQL Azure I had to be able to work with the database in some way. I’m not using OR/Ms any … Continue reading
Added support for partial file downloads (content ranges) Someone requested that I should add support for the Range headers in the HTTP protocol. I’ve done that now. But let’s back up a bit first. In Griffin.Networking you can send files … Continue reading
I’ve refactored Griffin.Network quite a lot (I did say that it was still an early release). The new version is called v0.5 (the library is taking shape, but there is still some things to take care of). Highlights: 1. The … Continue reading
This article will show you how you can build your queries with the help of Griffin.Decoupled. Griffin.Decoupled is a small framework which helps you build applications with loose coupling which also can be scaled easily.
I recommend that you read my other post first, since it describes the rationale behind Griffin.Decoupled. This post will only demonstrate how you use the framework. Griffin.Decoupled allows you to execute commands and domain events within your application to reduce … Continue reading
As you might now, I recommend that you register most classes using the [Component] attribute. However, you might not want to add an external dependency to all class libraries. You can avoid that now with a new feature. And that … Continue reading
I’ve just added a new feature to Griffin.Container: Support for resolving all implementations of a service by using constructors. You can now do something like this: Griffin.Container can be found at github.
I’ve written a new article which guides you through the most of the features in Griffin.Container.
Commands are a great way to decouple logic in an application, since the command invoker have no knowledge of where the command is handled. You also move the focus from the how the task is solved to the task itself. … Continue reading