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Project Summary

Epic stands for Entity Proxies with Injectable Components.

It helps to keep your domain model implementation fully focused on the enterprise business, with an infrastructure ignorant fashion.

It achieve a new kind of dependency inversion, where the domain model settle at the core and everything will depend on it (even the infrastructure) while the domain model itself will be clean, mantainable and ready for reuse.

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ddd domaindrivendesign enterprise framework

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Project Security

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30 Day Summary

Sep 10 2019 — Oct 10 2019

12 Month Summary

Oct 10 2018 — Oct 10 2019