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Series: Enumeration Classes – DDD and beyond

Enumeration classes have been around for a while. We typically use Enumeration classes with Domain-Driven Design (DDD).


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Ankit Vijay

2 years ago | 1 min read

Original Post: https://ankitvijay.net/2020/06/12/series-enumeration-classes-ddd-and-beyond/

Enumeration classes have been around for a while. We typically use Enumeration classes with Domain-Driven Design (DDD).

In this series, I have described how you can use an Enumeration Class beyond DDD. The first part of this series will be an introduction to an Enumeration class, and in subsequent posts, I have gone through some advanced scenarios.

Here are the posts in this series.

  • Part 1: Introduction to Enumeration Classes
  • Part 2: Enumeration class and JSON Serialization
  • Part 3: Enumeration class as query string parameter
  • Part 4: Generating client code with NSwag for Enumeration class
  • Part 5: Implementing Inheritance with Enumeration class

The Enumeration class and other dependent classes are available as the Nuget packages. You can find the source code for the series at this GitHub link.

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Hi... I’m Ankit Vijay. I hold around 14 years of experience in application development & consulting. I’m a Dotnet Foundation member. I have worked in various roles ranging from Individual Contributor, DevOps, Solution Architect, Consultant, and Dev Lead depending on the nature of the project. I am passionate about technology and write about the topics I love. If you like my blogs, you can follow me on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/vijayankit or GitHub @ https://github.com/ankitvijay


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