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Implementing Domain-Driven Design by Vaughn Vernon

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Rendering Domain Objects

There is a fair amount of controversy and disagreement on how best to render objects of the domain model onto the user interface. The user interface regularly benefits from views of data richer than is required to accomplish the direct task. The display of extra data is necessary because it provides supporting information that users need in order to make intelligent decisions to carry out their immediate task. The extra data may also include selection options. Thus, the user interface will often need to render properties of multiple Aggregate (10) instances. This is despite the fact that in most cases a user should be performing a state-mutating task that is to be applied to just one instance of a single type of Aggregate. ...

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