Christopher Hertel

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(30.Sep.2018)
Using Symfony Forms with Rich Domain Models
Hi Marcin, thank you for your feedback! You are right, we could - as another way - combine data mappers and dtos and we missed to mention that. but using them without each other is a valid solution to the problem and the pro and cons are still valid. we should also be more explicit about what glue code means to us, because using this bundle and not writing DTOs and DataMappers for yourself is getting rid of glue code between your domain and the bundle in your application. and you are also right that we are using data mappers in the bundle implementation as well - so does the symfony core and i don't think there's another sensible way. the purpose of the bundle is to test and discuss ideas about using symfony forms with rich domain models and bring proven ones to the core. Thanks again for your feedback, we will try to be more clear about our ideas at the next conference! 

I'd be glad to bring this discussion to slack, so just ping me if you like to!

 Cheers, 
Chris

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