Use Commanded to build your own Elixir applications following the [CQRS/ES](http://cqrs.nu/Faq) pattern.
Provides support for:
- Command registration and dispatch.
- Hosting and delegation to aggregate roots.
- Event handling.
- Long running process managers.
Use with one of the following event stores for persistence:
- [EventStore](https://github.com/slashdotdash/eventstore) Elixir library, using PostgreSQL for persistence
- Greg Young's [Event Store](https://geteventstore.com/).
- [Frequently asked questions](https://github.com/slashdotdash/commanded/wiki/FAQ)
- [Getting help](https://github.com/slashdotdash/commanded/wiki/Getting-help)
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- [Getting started](guides/Getting%20Started.md)
- [Choosing an event store](guides/Choosing%20an%20Event%20Store.md)
- [PostgreSQL-based EventStore](guides/Choosing%20an%20Event%20Store.md#postgresql-based-elixir-eventstore)
- [Greg Young's Event Store](guides/Choosing%20an%20Event%20Store.md#greg-youngs-event-store)
- [Using Commanded](guides/Usage.md)
- [Aggregate roots](guides/Aggregate%20Roots.md)
- [Command handlers](guides/Commands.md#command-handlers)
- [Command dispatch and routing](guides/Commands.md#command-dispatch-and-routing)
- [Aggregate lifespan](guides/Commands.md#aggregate-lifespan)
- [Event handlers](guides/Events.md#event-handlers)
- [Process managers](guides/Process%20Managers.md)
- [Read model projections](guides/Read%20Model%20Projections.md)
- [Used in production?](#used-in-production)
- [Example application](#example-application)
- [Event store provider](guides/Choosing%20an%20Event%20Store.md#writing-your-own-event-store-provider)
- [Need help?](#need-help)
## Used in production?
Yes, Commanded is being used in production.
- Case Study: [Building a CQRS/ES web application in Elixir using Phoenix](https://10consulting.com/2017/01/04/building-a-cqrs-web-application-in-elixir-using-phoenix/)
## Example application
[Conduit](https://github.com/slashdotdash/conduit) is an open source, example Phoenix 1.3 web application implementing the CQRS/ES pattern in Elixir. It was built to demonstrate the implementation of Commanded in an Elixir application for the [Building Conduit](https://leanpub.com/buildingconduit) book.
Commanded is currently limited to running on a single node. Support for running on a cluster of nodes ([#39](https://github.com/slashdotdash/commanded/issues/39)) is under active development.
Pull requests to contribute new or improved features, and extend documentation are most welcome.
Please follow the existing coding conventions, or refer to the [Elixir style guide](https://github.com/niftyn8/elixir_style_guide).
You should include unit tests to cover any changes. Run `mix test` to execute the test suite.
- [Andrey Akulov](https://github.com/astery)
- [Andrzej Sliwa](https://github.com/andrzejsliwa)
- [Brenton Annan](https://github.com/brentonannan)
- [Henry Hazan](https://github.com/henry-hz)
## Need help?
Please [open an issue](https://github.com/slashdotdash/commanded/issues) if you encounter a problem, or need assistance. You can also seek help in the [Gitter chat room](https://gitter.im/commanded/Lobby) for Commanded.
For commercial support, and consultancy, please contact [Ben Smith](mailto:email@example.com).