Adding soft delete to a Phoenix Commanded (CQRS) API

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  • todo_backend_commanded

    An implementation of Todo Backend using the Commanded CQRS Elixir library

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  • commanded

    Use Commanded to build Elixir CQRS/ES applications

    So, I lied told a half-truth about aggregates. They are not hydrated in-memory for every command / event. In reality, aggregates are implemented with GenServer each caching their state and being managed under the commanded application's supervision tree (ultimately by a DynamicSupervisor called Commanded.Aggregates.Supervisor, to be specific).

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  • PaperTrail

    Track changes to your rails models

    In most designs, this would probably not be possible unless a table tracking extension is being used in an ORM. Even with change tracking enabled through extensions like paper trail or Django simple history, it can be tricky to restore deleted entities. Object tracking would need to have been enabled before it is needed to ensure the data is still around to be restored.

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