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· 12 min read

This blog was originally posted on the AxonIQ Developer portal

Like parents want what's best for their children, we developers want what's best for our application. We concern ourselves with many aspects of our application, like modularity, readability of code, and, of course, performance! In this blog, we'll dive into how you can tune your event processors in the best way possible.

This blog will present many optimizations, most of which come with caveats that should be minded when implementing them. Each optimization will have its limitations outlined in its respective section; please read them carefully before implementing them. Make optimizations one at a time and measure the results before implementing another. That way, measures that have a negative impact on a specific use case can be isolated from those that have a positive one.

· 4 min read

This blog was originally posted on the AxonIQ Developer portal

Axon Framework provides the building blocks that CQRS requires and helps developers to create scalable and extensible applications while maintaining application consistency in distributed systems. It helps by handling the communication of messages, such as commands, events, and queries.

However, your IDE does not understand this, and so it will leave finding message handlers or publishers up to your memory. We are introducing the IntelliJ Axon Framework plugin to solve this problem. You can download it via the Jetbrains marketplace within IntelliJ or the marketplace website.