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Implementing a CQRS-based Architecture with MVC and Document DB

, 22 Jun 2013 CPOL
A typical implementation of a CQRS pattern ASP.NET MVC 4, Ninject and MongoDB. I will be demonstrating a sample applications that acts as a base building block for a CQRS-based architecture.
MvcWithCqrsSample.zip
.nuget
NuGet.exe
NuGet.targets
AT.Core
Cqrs
Properties
AT.SampleApp.Cqrs.Test.Unit
Properties
AT.SampleApp.Cqrs
Aggregate
CommandHandler
Command
Properties
QueryHandler
QueryResult
Query
AT.Web.Website
App_Start
AT.Web.Website.csproj.user
Content
Controllers
Global.asax
Properties
Scripts
Views
Shared
Task

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