Highway.Data 5.0 Released ( 188.8.131.52 )
New Features, and better Domain Driven Design support
We have added support for advanced domain specific contexts. These allow for detailed manipulation of your data access patterns. It adheres to the Domain Driven version of a bounded context.
More Details are here: Domain Context
Simplified Creation Pattern
We have also added the much requested
Repository factories. These give you the ability to use Highway.Data in services and long living work-flows without having to hand roll your own management of unit of work.
More Details are here: Creation Patterns
Entity Framework 184.108.40.206 Support
We shipped an EF 6.0 supported version now that some of the initial release bugs have been patch. We did require the 220.127.116.11 version so that we could make sure you get their fixes as well.
We will be working over the next 3-4 weeks to support some of the new features ( that we don’t already support) in Entity Framework 6.0.
More Details are here: EF 6.0
AsQueryable off Repository.Context
After seeing a lot of examples from clients, friends, and other speakers using
repository.Context.AsQueryable(), we realized that this represented a large hole in the design pattern for Query Object separation. We have remove that hole this publish. If you were using this for simple operations please look at the pre-built queries, or codify the queries into
Query<T>, Scalar<T>, Command<T> objects.
We have disabled event interception for the simple
DataContext as it caused an additional understanding and performance overhead. This is in an effort make sure we have a simple entry story for most developers. If you were using this feature, we have good news. We have expanded the feature with pre/post
Query execution intercept points, as well as kept the standard pre/post save. These features have moved onto the
DomainContext<T> class due to their advanced nature.