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Sample project for "DDD to the Code" workshop

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DDD-To-The-Code Workshop: Sample Code

Sample project for "DDD to the Code" workshop.


:warning: please do not practice Cargo Cult - when using this sample code in your projects, make sure you understand that code, and know why you are using it.

This sample project is for educational purposes only. It does not contain production-ready code. Specifically, the following aspects are not considered real-world like:

  • shared code in 'ddd-to-the-code-workshop-support'
  • in-memory database for persistence of aggregates
  • prototypical domain event infrastructure implementation (non-durable subscriptions, no dead letter handling, ...)
  • low test coverage in accounting and rental bounded contexts
  • no handling of dependencies between domain events (e.g. in case booking is ended and should be billed based on the 'booking completed' domain event before the wallet has been initialized based on the 'user registration completed' domain event - currently, handling the 'booking completed' domain event would fail, the domain event would be redelivered and eventually moved to dead letter queue)

... and a lot more


Bounded Contexts and Use Cases

Use Cases

  • register new user
  • initialize wallet for user with welcome amount
  • book and return bike
  • bill booking fee on wallet


Use the following script to walk through the implemented use cases:


Note: due to compatibility issues with AspectJ and Java 11, this project has to be compiled and executed using Java 8.

  • build project:
    ./mvnw clean package
  • start registration bounded context:
    java -jar ddd-to-the-code-workshop-registration/target/ddd-to-the-code-workshop-registration-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar
  • start rental bounded context:
    java -jar ddd-to-the-code-workshop-rental/target/ddd-to-the-code-workshop-rental-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar
  • start accounting bounded context:
    java -jar ddd-to-the-code-workshop-accounting/target/ddd-to-the-code-workshop-accounting-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar

Initial State

Register New User

  • start user registration (http://localhost:8081/user-registration/)
  • enter user handle (e.g. "peter")
  • click "Next >" button
  • read verification code from console of registration bounded context (6 digits code)
  • enter verification code
  • click "Next >" button
  • enter first and last name (e.g. "Peter" and "Meier")
  • click "Complete" button
  • check for new wallet (http://localhost:8082/accounting/wallets) with initial amount

Book Bike

Return Bike

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