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I have a couple of different things in no particular order: What does this application do? Is this yet another CRUD "application"? If yes, a better solution is to spin up a DB and access it through SQL. No coding necessary, and you get lots of features in addition. You need to have it through HTTP. Well, most DBs support that these days out of ...


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"And i am left with 4 classes for 1 "entity" in my app. If i had 10 i would end up with 40." Don't do that; don't follow a generic set of rules that are centered purely around creating certain structure and don't take into account how that structure supports (or hinders) the needs (use cases, business logic) of the application. This is ...


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