Reactive Programming is a hot topic , especially with such things as the Reactive Manifesto. Reactive architecture allows developers to build systems that are event-driven(EDA), scalable, resilient and responsive: delivering highly responsive user experiences with a real-time feel, backed by a scalable and resilient application stack, ready to be deployed on multicore and cloud computing architectures. a reactive application is non-blocking that is under heavy load can thus have lower latency and higher throughput than a traditional application based on blocking synchronization and communication primitives.


Domain-driven design (DDD) is an approach to developing software for complex needs by deeply connecting the implementation to an evolving model of the core business concepts,

DDD's servral concepts are the Heart and Soul of OOD:

Entities and Identity, Value Objects Aggregate Root Bounded context

Jdon framework introduces reactive model to implement DDD's Aggregate Root, by using jdon, a aggregate root can act as a mailbox that is a asynchronous and non-blocking event-sending and event-recipient metaphor. Event is a better interactive way for aggregate root with each other, instead of directly exposing behavior and hold references to others. and it can better protect root entity's internal state not expose. and can safely update root's state with a non-blocking way.