13 November 2006


Wikipedia defines lysis as "the death of a cell by bursting, often by viral or osmotic mechanisms that compromise the integrity of the cellular membrane." In [my] patternspeak, Lysis is the bursting of a class such that all of its responsibilities lie external to the class, though the class retains its data.

  • Domain classes resemble C structs or data clumps
  • Behaviors of domain entities are expressed in other classes, generally Controllers or Managers

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