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Description

An implementation of an Event Store for Ruby and Rails. Comes with Active Record adapter.

This single repository hosts several gems.

Monthly Downloads: 15,543
Programming language: Ruby
License: MIT License
Latest version: v0.42.0

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README

Rails Event Store

Rails Event Store (RES) is a library for publishing, consuming, storing and retrieving events. It's your best companion for going with an event-driven architecture for your Rails application.

You can use it:

as your Publish-Subscribe bus to decouple core business logic from external concerns in Hexagonal style architectures as an alternative to ActiveRecord callbacks and Observers as a communication layer between loosely coupled components to react to published events synchronously or asynchronously to extract side-effects (notifications, metrics etc) from your controllers and services into event handlers to build an audit-log to create read-models to implement event-sourcing

Documentation

Documentation, tutorials and code samples are available at https://railseventstore.org.

Code status

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We're aiming for 100% mutation coverage in this project. This is why:

Whenever you fix a bug or add a new feature, we require that the coverage doesn't go down.

Contributing

This single repository hosts several gems and website with documentation. Check the contribution guide.

About

This repository is funded and maintained by Arkency. Check out our other open-source projects and what else we have at RES.

Consider hiring us and make sure to check out our blog.

Learn more about DDD & Event Sourcing

Check our Rails + Domain Driven Design Workshop. Why You should attend? Robert has explained this in a blogpost.

Read about Domain Driven Rails

You may also consider buying the Domain-Driven Rails book.