TNWiki Article Spotlight – Onion Architecture In ASP.NET Core

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Welcome to TechNet Wiki Tuesday – TNWiki Article Spotlight.


Days are running faster then we expect,Happy February month to all, my first blog post for this month.In this blog for Tuesday highlight I have selected topic called Onion Architecture In ASP.NET Core by Sandeep Shekhawat.

The Onion Architecture term was coined by Jeffrey Palermo in 2008. This architecture provides a better way to build applications for better testability, maintainability, and dependability on the infrastructures like databases and services. This architecture's main aim is to address the challenges faced with 3-tier architecture or n-tier architecture, and to provide a solution for common problems, like coupling and separation of concerns. There are two types of coupling - tight coupling and loose coupling.

I love this article as this article has detail explanations about

  • Onion Architecture
  • Advantages of Onion Architecture
  • Why Onion Architecture
  • Onion Architecture Layers
  • and finally, this articles provides detailed step by step explanation about how to create Onion Architecture in ASP.NET Core.

We can see more detail about Onion Architecture in ASP.NET Core from this article Onion Architecture In ASP.NET Core by Sandeep Shekhawat .

See you all soon in another blog post.

Thank you all.


Syed Shanu
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Comments (11)

  1. I love the backstory. That’s great. Good article from Sandeep!

    I love his diagram in the “Onion Architecture Layers” section!

  2. Seeing all the excellent banners, like the one you chose, made me realize how useful it would be to simply have a link on the Wiki Ninjas blog home page to all the great banners.

    On our blog, I added the “Banners” link on the right, to go to the new Banners Wiki page. That way, we can easily get there when grabbing banners to show on the blog! You can click the link to go to the Wiki page (I use middle click to open it in a new tab), click a banner to just view the image, copy the image directly, and then paste the image into the blog post. No saving is necessary. Check out the “Banners” link on the right:

    1. Banners in Wiki Links,That looks great.

  3. pituach says:

    Nice post (y)
    Great choice of article!

  4. Nice slection Syed. Sandeep explained it well

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