TNWiki Article Spotlight – Onion Architecture In ASP.NET Core MVC


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Welcome to TechNet Wiki Tuesday – TNWiki Article Spotlight.

Today, in this blog post, we are going to discuss Onion Architecture In ASP.NET Core MVC  by Sandeep Shekhawat.

In this article, Sandeep Shekhawat has explained in detail about Onion Architecture in ASP.NET Core.

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.

What we can learn from this article?

This article explains:

  • Advantages of Onion Architecture
  • Why Onion Architecture
  • Onion Architecture Layers
  • Onion Architecture Project Structure
  • Implement Onion Architecture
  • Demo program

If you are looking to get started with Onion Architecture in ASP.NET Core, then this is a good article as it explains it step-by-step with images. Here is the article's link: Onion Architecture In ASP.NET Core MVC  by Sandeep Shekhawat. I hope you all enjoy reading this article.

See you all soon in another blog post.

Thank you all.

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Syed Shanu
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Comments (3)

  1. pituach says:

    Thanks for sharing Syed 🙂
    Good choice for Article Spotlight. It’s a great article

  2. Good catch Syed 🙂 Thank you for sharing us

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