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Displaying items by tag: database modeling

Thursday, 10 December 2020 20:34

Tutorial: Domain Driven Database Design

The first video of our CodeBot 201 tutorial series walks you through defining a domain model for a Fantasy Football app, and using CodeBot to instantly transform the domain model into a complete MongoDB database and REST API:

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How easy is it to generate a working database and API from an EA domain model?  Really, really easy...

This video will show you how in less than 3 minutes…which is about how long it takes for you to try it yourself.  In our example, your app can show video of the players scoring touchdowns in near real-time 

 

In this video we’ll follow the evolution of the TEAM object from a noun on a short problem domain description,

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Team is an object in the problem domain

 to a class on a domain model diagram,

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A Team has an Owner and a Roster and a Schedule

 

to a Mongo DB collection with a NodeJS REST API (documented in Swagger),

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Use the API to Create Teams, Read Teams, Update Teams…

and a client-side layer that makes accessing the API nice and straightforward.

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 You don’t need to call the API directly because CodeBot generates client-side code including usage samples

CodeBot is a complex product that does an incredible amount of work to simplify your life as a developer. Give it a try today!

Published in Tutorials
Wednesday, 03 February 2016 21:47

Introduction to the Database Builder

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Enterprise Architect’s Database Builder provides interactive connectivity to a DBMS,  supporting both the initial creation of a database and the ongoing update of tables, views, triggers and procedures – all from within the design model.

 

This tutorial paper works through a simple database example (attached in .ZIP file) using the Database Builder to create tables within a new Database, then make modifications in both the model and the Database and use the compare functionality to update the Database and the model respectively.

Published in White Papers