Some time ago we started adding modules or classes to axon that were not really the core of the system. The most important one of them is a MongoDB based event store. The amount of testing of this module was not as high as the other parts. It has not yet been tested in a […]
It has been an exciting year. Little over a year ago, I started developing a framework to make it easier for developers to implement a highly scalable en extensible architecture. The first public Axon release (0.3) came out in April 2010, and was far from feature complete. Now, almost a year later, Axon has proven […]
The Axon Framework 1.0 release is closing in. After over a year of development, all features planned for the 1.0 version are included. With the latest added features, Axon has become a powerful framework that helps developers implementing applications using on a CQRS based architecture. Although the 1.0-rc1 version doesn’t add a lot of new […]
Today, I released the 0.7 version of Axon Framework. A lot has happened since 0.6, and that’s why it took a little longer for this version to come out. This new version is a huge step towards the 1.0, of which the first milestone release should be available before March 2011. All basic building blocks […]
The Axon framework is a CQRS framework created by Allard Buijze. From the beginning I am trying to help him out, mostly by creating samples. This blog post is about a sample I am creating for Google App Engine. Everybody that has been working with Google App Engine (GAE) knows that it enforces some limitations […]
Axon Framework greatly simplifies building CQRS based Event Driven architectures in Java. Such an architecture provides very powerful options in terms of application scalability and extensibility. In this tutorial, I want to go though the process of setting up a basic application architecture with the Axon Framework.