Sequent is an opinionated CQRS and event sourcing framework (ES) written in Ruby. This site is intended to help you learn and develop CQRS / ES applications in Ruby (using Sequent). Sequent focusses on the domain logic of your application. It is web framework agnostic. You can use it with Rails, Sinatra or whatever framework you like.
Important: The entire documentation applies to the master branch
There are several tutorials available:
1. Getting Started
New to Sequent? The getting started guide is the place to be!
2. Modelling the domain
In this guide we will use the Sequent concepts and create and code a first domain model of our blog application. Go checkout the modelling the domain guide for step by step tutorial to create an app from scatch.
3. Building a web-application
In the building a web-application guide we continue with the application created in the modelling the domain guide and add a web interface for it using the Sinatra web framework.
4. Finishing the webapplication
In the finishing the web-application guide we continue with the blog application and add form validation and let the Author’s add Posts.
Next to the tutorials there is the Reference Guide to provide and
in-depth explanation of the several concepts (like
Command etc) used in Sequent.
There is a lot more information available on CQRS and event sourcing:
- Event sourcing
- Lars and Bob’s presentation at GOTO Amsterdam
- Erik’s blog series
- Simple CQRS example by Greg Young
Sequent is released under the MIT License.