ClientQueryBuilder class be in the
Yes and no and it all depends on how you define a Service and what you want the user to see first. To me, in general, a service is a class that does something useful and not just stores data. If the
ClientQueryBuilder is such a thing, that does help to create a
ClientQuery then it could be seen as a service.
I mostly use the
Services namespace to put types there that are hard to categorize by any other criteria. If I had only one builder I would let it sit in the
Services namespace but if I had more of them then I would create another namespace
Builders inside the
Services namespace and put it there.
namespaces help you to organize your project in a miningful way
Yes, they do. You can use namespaces to hide types that are more special and rarely used directly and put more common types in the main namespace so that it's easier to find and use them.
For example if you have a framework that provides classes for parsing something you would rather not put them in the
Parsers namespace so that after you install the package you could use them immediately because they are what this package is all about. On the other hand if some parsers only support your framework/library that it would be better to hide them in the
Parsers namespace so that they don't interfere with intellisense because their usage is rather unlikely anyway.
In your case the builder is not just a parameter... it's a tool for creating a query so it has every right to be the part of the services namespace (under the assumption it really is a builder as we know it).