Port/Adapter/Simulator: read-only and write-only dependencies

Posted by: Eric Gunnersons C# Compendium, on 24 Feb 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

When dealing with many external dependencies, the Port/Adapter/Simulator pattern works great. But what about dependencies that are read-only – such as consuming an information feed from another system – or write-only – such as sending a notification to a user? Can we use P/A/S in those scenarios? The answer is a qualified “yes” – we...

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