AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives 1.0.1

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dotnet add package AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives --version 1.0.1
NuGet\Install-Package AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives -Version 1.0.1
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<PackageReference Include="AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives" Version="1.0.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives --version 1.0.1
#r "nuget: AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives, 1.0.1"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives&version=1.0.1

// Install AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives&version=1.0.1

DomainPrimitives for C#

Version Dot NET 6+

Table of Contents

Introduction

Welcome to AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives - a C# toolkit purposefully designed to accelerate the development of domain-specific primitives within your applications. This streamlined solution empowers developers to efficiently encapsulate fundamental domain logic. Through this toolkit, you'll significantly reduce code complexity while improving the maintainability of your project.

Key Features

  • Simplified Primitive Creation - Utilize source generators to swiftly create domain-specific primitives with ease and precision.
  • Versatile Underlying Type Support - Embrace a wide array of underlying types, catering to diverse application requirements.
  • Enhanced Code Quality - Create clean, maintainable, and thoroughly testable code through encapsulation and robust design principles.

With AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives, experience an accelerated development process while upholding code quality standards. This toolkit empowers developers to focus on the core business logic without compromising on precision or efficiency.

Generator Features

The AltaSoft.DomainPrimitivesGenerator offers a diverse set of features:

  • Implicit Operators: Streamlines type conversion to/from the underlying primitive type. Example
  • Specialized Constructor Generation: Automatically validates and constructs instances of this domain type. This constructor, tailored for the domain primitive, utilizes the underlying type as a parameter, ensuring the value's correctness within the domain.
  • JsonConverters: Handles JSON serialization and deserialization for the underlying type. Example
  • TypeConverters: Assists in type conversion to/from it's underlying type. Please refer to generated type converter below
  • Swagger Custom Type Mappings: Facilitates easy integration with Swagger by treating the primitive type as it's underlying type. Please refer to generated swagger helper below
  • Interface Implementations: All DomainPritmitives Implement IConvertible, IComparable, IEqualityComparer interfaces.
  • NumberType Operations: Automatically generates basic arithmetic and comparison operators, by implementing Static abstract interfaces. More details regarding numeric types
  • IParsable Implementation: Automatically generates parsing for non-string types.

Supported Underlying types

  1. string
  2. Guid
  3. byte
  4. sbyte
  5. short
  6. ushort
  7. int
  8. uint
  9. long
  10. ulong
  11. decimal
  12. double
  13. float
  14. bool
  15. char
  16. string
  17. TimeSpan
  18. Guid
  19. DateTime
  20. DateTimeOffset
  21. DateOnly
  22. TimeOnly

Getting Started

Prerequisites

  • .NET 7 or higher
  • NuGet Package Manager

Installation

To use AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives, install two NuGet packages:

  1. AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Abstractions
  2. AltaSoft.DomainPrimitivesGenerator

In your project file add references as follows:

<ItemGroup>
  <PackageReference Include="AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Abstractions" Version="1.0.0" />
  <ProjectReference Include="AltaSoft.DomainPrimitivesGenerator" Version="1.0.0" OutputItemType="Analyzer" ReferenceOutputAssembly="false" PrivateAssets="all" ExcludeAssets="runtime" />
</ItemGroup>

Creating your Domain type

For optimal performance, we recommend using readonly struct - especially for wrapping value types

public readonly partial record struct PositiveInteger : IDomainValue<int>
{
	public static void Validate(int value)
	{
		if (value <= 0)
			throw new InvalidDomainValueException("Number must be positive");
	}
	public static int Default => 1;
}

This will automatically generate by default 4 classes

PositiveInteger.Generated

//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// <auto-generated>
//     This code was generated by a AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Generator v1.0.0
//     Changes to this file may cause incorrect behavior and will be lost if the code is regenerated.
// </auto-generated>
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#nullable enable

using System;
using System.Numerics;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.Diagnostics.CodeAnalysis;
using System.Text.Json.Serialization;
using AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Converters;
using System.ComponentModel;

namespace AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives;

[JsonConverter(typeof(PositiveIntegerJsonConverter))]
[TypeConverter(typeof(PositiveIntegerTypeConverter))]
[DebuggerDisplay("{_valueOrDefault}")]
public readonly partial record struct PositiveInteger :
		IAdditionOperators<PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger>,
		ISubtractionOperators<PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger>,
		IMultiplyOperators<PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger>,
		IDivisionOperators<PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger>,
		IModulusOperators<PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger>,
		IComparisonOperators<PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger, bool>,
		IComparable,
		IComparable<PositiveInteger>,
		IParsable<PositiveInteger>,
		IConvertible
{
	private int _valueOrDefault => _isInitialized ? _value : Default;
	[DebuggerBrowsable(DebuggerBrowsableState.Never)]
	private readonly int _value;
	[DebuggerBrowsable(DebuggerBrowsableState.Never)]
	private readonly bool _isInitialized;
	
	/// <summary>
	/// Initializes a new instance of the PositiveInteger class by validating the provided value using <see cref="Validate"/>.
	/// </summary>
	/// <param name="value">The value to be validated..</param>
	public PositiveInteger(int value)
	{
			Validate(value);
			_value = value;
			_isInitialized = true;
	}
	
	[Obsolete("Domain primitive cannot be created using empty Ctor", true)]
	public PositiveInteger() : this(Default)
	{
	}
	
	/// <summary>
	/// <summary>Implicit conversion from <see cref = "int"/> to <see cref = "PositiveInteger"/></summary>
	/// </summary>
	public static implicit operator PositiveInteger(int value) => new(value);

	/// <summary>
	/// <summary>Implicit conversion from <see cref = "int"/> to <see cref = "PositiveInteger"/></summary>
	/// </summary>
	[return: NotNullIfNotNull(nameof(value))]
	public static implicit operator PositiveInteger?(int? value) => value is null ? null : new(value.Value);

	/// <summary>
	/// <summary>Implicit conversion from <see cref = "PositiveInteger"/> to <see cref = "int"/></summary>
	/// </summary>
	public static implicit operator int(PositiveInteger value) => (int)value._valueOrDefault;

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static PositiveInteger operator +(PositiveInteger left, PositiveInteger right) => new(left._valueOrDefault + right._valueOrDefault);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static PositiveInteger operator -(PositiveInteger left, PositiveInteger right) => new(left._valueOrDefault - right._valueOrDefault);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static PositiveInteger operator *(PositiveInteger left, PositiveInteger right) => new(left._valueOrDefault * right._valueOrDefault);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static PositiveInteger operator /(PositiveInteger left, PositiveInteger right) => new(left._valueOrDefault / right._valueOrDefault);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static PositiveInteger operator %(PositiveInteger left, PositiveInteger right) => new(left._valueOrDefault % right._valueOrDefault);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public int CompareTo(object? value)
	{
		if (value is null)
			return 1;

		if (value is PositiveInteger c)
			return CompareTo(c);

		throw new ArgumentException("Object is not a PositiveInteger", nameof(value));
	}

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public int CompareTo(PositiveInteger other) => _valueOrDefault.CompareTo(other._valueOrDefault);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static bool operator <(PositiveInteger left, PositiveInteger right) => left._valueOrDefault < right._valueOrDefault;

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static bool operator <=(PositiveInteger left, PositiveInteger right) => left._valueOrDefault <= right._valueOrDefault;

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static bool operator >(PositiveInteger left, PositiveInteger right) => left._valueOrDefault > right._valueOrDefault;

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static bool operator >=(PositiveInteger left, PositiveInteger right) => left._valueOrDefault >= right._valueOrDefault;


	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static PositiveInteger Parse(string s, IFormatProvider? provider) => int.Parse(s, provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static bool TryParse(string? s, IFormatProvider? provider, out PositiveInteger result)
	{
		if (int.TryParse(s, provider, out var value))
		{
			result = new PositiveInteger(value);
			return true;
		}
		result = default;
		return false;
	}

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public override string ToString() => _valueOrDefault.ToString();

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	TypeCode IConvertible.GetTypeCode() => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).GetTypeCode();

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	bool IConvertible.ToBoolean(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToBoolean(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	byte IConvertible.ToByte(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToByte(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	char IConvertible.ToChar(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToChar(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	DateTime IConvertible.ToDateTime(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToDateTime(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	decimal IConvertible.ToDecimal(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToDecimal(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	double IConvertible.ToDouble(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToDouble(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	short IConvertible.ToInt16(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToInt16(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	int IConvertible.ToInt32(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToInt32(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	long IConvertible.ToInt64(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToInt64(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	sbyte IConvertible.ToSByte(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToSByte(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	float IConvertible.ToSingle(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToSingle(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	string IConvertible.ToString(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToString(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	object IConvertible.ToType(Type conversionType, IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToType(conversionType, provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	ushort IConvertible.ToUInt16(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToUInt16(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	uint IConvertible.ToUInt32(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToUInt32(provider);

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	ulong IConvertible.ToUInt64(IFormatProvider? provider) => ((IConvertible)_valueOrDefault).ToUInt64(provider);
}

JsonConverter

//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// <auto-generated>
//     This code was generated by a AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Generator v1.0.0
//     Changes to this file may cause incorrect behavior and will be lost if the code is regenerated.
// </auto-generated>
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#nullable enable

using AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives;
using System;
using System.Text.Json;
using System.Text.Json.Serialization;
using System.Globalization;
using System.Text.Json.Serialization.Metadata;
using AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Abstractions;

namespace AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Converters;

/// <summary>
/// JsonConverter for <see cref = "PositiveInteger"/>
/// </summary>
public sealed class PositiveIntegerJsonConverter : JsonConverter<PositiveInteger>
{
	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public override PositiveInteger Read(ref Utf8JsonReader reader, Type typeToConvert, JsonSerializerOptions options)
	{
		try
		{
			return JsonInternalConverters.Int32Converter.Read(ref reader, typeToConvert, options);
		}
		catch (InvalidDomainValueException ex)
		{
			throw new JsonException(ex.Message);
		}
	}

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public override void Write(Utf8JsonWriter writer, PositiveInteger value, JsonSerializerOptions options)
	{
		JsonInternalConverters.Int32Converter.Write(writer, (int)value, options);
	}

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public override PositiveInteger ReadAsPropertyName(ref Utf8JsonReader reader, Type typeToConvert, JsonSerializerOptions options)
	{
		try
		{
			return JsonInternalConverters.Int32Converter.ReadAsPropertyName(ref reader, typeToConvert, options);
		}
		catch (InvalidDomainValueException ex)
		{
			throw new JsonException(ex.Message);
		}
	}

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public override void WriteAsPropertyName(Utf8JsonWriter writer, PositiveInteger value, JsonSerializerOptions options)
	{
		JsonInternalConverters.Int32Converter.WriteAsPropertyName(writer, (int)value, options);
	}
}

Type Converter

//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// <auto-generated>
//     This code was generated by a AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Generator v1.0.0
//     Changes to this file may cause incorrect behavior and will be lost if the code is regenerated.
// </auto-generated>
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#nullable enable

using AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives;
using System;
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Globalization;
using AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Abstractions;

namespace AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Converters;

/// <summary>
/// TypeConverter for <see cref = "PositiveInteger"/>
/// </summary>
public sealed class PositiveIntegerTypeConverter : Int32Converter
{
	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public override object? ConvertFrom(ITypeDescriptorContext? context, CultureInfo? culture, object value)
	{
		var result = base.ConvertFrom(context, culture, value);
		if (result is null)
			return null;
		try
		{
			return new PositiveInteger((int)result);
		}
		catch (InvalidDomainValueException ex)
		{
			throw new FormatException("Cannot parse PositiveInteger", ex);
		}
	}
}

Swagger Mappers

A single file for all domainPrimitives containing all type mappings is generated.

//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// <auto-generated>
//     This code was generated by a AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Generator v1.0.0
//     Changes to this file may cause incorrect behavior and will be lost if the code is regenerated.
// </auto-generated>
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#nullable enable

using AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives;
using Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection;
using Swashbuckle.AspNetCore.SwaggerGen;
using Microsoft.OpenApi.Models;

namespace AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Converters.Extensions;

/// <summary>
/// Helper class providing methods to configure Swagger mappings for DomainPrimitive types of AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives
/// </summary>
public static class SwaggerTypeHelper
{
	/// <summary>
	/// Adds Swagger mappings for specific custom types to ensure proper OpenAPI documentation generation.
	/// </summary>
	/// <param name="options">The SwaggerGenOptions instance to which mappings are added..</param>
	/// <remarks>
	/// The method adds Swagger mappings for the following types:
	/// <see cref="PositiveInteger"/>
	/// </remarks>
	public static void AddSwaggerMappings(this SwaggerGenOptions options)
	{
		options.MapType<PositiveInteger>(() => new OpenApiSchema { Type = "integer", Format = "Int32" });
		options.MapType<PositiveInteger?>(() => new OpenApiSchema { Type = "integer", Format = "Int32" });
	}
}

Specialized ToString method

By Default IDomainValue uses its underlying type's ToString method however this can be overriden by implementing a method specified below

static virtual string ToString(T value) => value.ToString() ?? string.Empty;

Managing Generated Operators for numeric types

Mathematical operators for particular numeric types can be customized using the SupportedOperationsAttribute. If left unspecified, all operators are generated by default (as shown below). Once this attribute is applied, manual specification of the operators becomes mandatory. Note that for byte, sbyte, short, and ushort types, mathematical operators will not be generated by default.

Default numeric types Generated Operators

  1. byte, sbyteNone
  2. short, ushortNone
  3. int, uint+ - / * %
  4. long, ulong+ - / * %
  5. double+ - / * %
  6. decimal+ - / * %

using SupportedOperationsAttribute

[SupportedOperations(Addition = false,Division = false,Modulus = false,Multiplication = true,Subtraction = true)]
public readonly partial record struct PositiveInteger : IDomainValue<int>
{
	public static void Validate(int value)
	{
		if (value <= 0)
			throw new InvalidDomainValueException("Number must be positive");
	}
	public static int Default => 1;
}

For further customization of the operators, consider implementing specific interfaces. This action will override the generated operators for the respective domain type:

public readonly partial record struct PositiveInteger :
	IDomainValue<int>,
	IAdditionOperators<PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger, PositiveInteger>
{
	public static void Validate(int value)
	{
		if (value <= 0)
			throw new InvalidDomainValueException("Number must be positive");
	}
	public static int Default => 1;
	//custom + operator
	public static PositiveInteger operator +(PositiveInteger left, PositiveInteger right)
	{
		return (left._value + right._value + 1);
	}
}

Certain date-related types like DateTime, DateOnly, TimeOnly, DateTimeOffset, and TimeSpan can modify their serialization/deserialization format using the SerializationFormatAttribute. For instance, consider the GDay type, which represents an XML gDay value. It implements the IDomainValue<DateOnly> interface and utilizes the SerializationFormatAttribute to specify a serialization format.


/// <summary>
/// Represents an XML gDay value object, providing operations for parsing and handling gDay values.
/// </summary>
[SerializationFormat("dd")]
public readonly partial record struct GDay : IDomainValue<DateOnly>
{
	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static void Validate(DateOnly value)
	{ }

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	public static DateOnly Default => default;

	/// <inheritdoc/>
	// Customized string representation of DateOnly
	public static string ToString(DateOnly value) => value.ToString("dd");
}

Disable Generation of Converters

To disable the generation of Converters or Swagger Mappers in csproj file follow the below described steps.However,please note that if Swagger is enabled then you'll need to add reference to the Swashbuckle.AspNetCore.SwaggerGen

  <PropertyGroup>
    <DomainPrimitiveGenerator_GenerateJsonConverters>false</DomainPrimitiveGenerator_GenerateJsonConverters>
    <DomainPrimitiveGenerator_GenerateTypeConverters>false</DomainPrimitiveGenerator_GenerateTypeConverters>
    <DomainPrimitiveGenerator_GenerateSwaggerConverters>false</DomainPrimitiveGenerator_GenerateSwaggerConverters>
  </PropertyGroup>

  <ItemGroup>
    <CompilerVisibleProperty Include="DomainPrimitiveGenerator_GenerateJsonConverters" />
    <CompilerVisibleProperty Include="DomainPrimitiveGenerator_GenerateTypeConverters" />
    <CompilerVisibleProperty Include="DomainPrimitiveGenerator_GenerateSwaggerConverters" />
  </ItemGroup>

Additional Features

  1. Handling Domain Value Exception

    • To ensure correct error handling, it's recommended to throw InvalidDomainValueException or (descendants of InvalidDomainValueException) provided in AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives.Abstractions. This exception, when thrown from JsonConverter or TypeConverter, will be converted to BadRequest. Using any other exception in the Validate method will prompt a compiler warning.
  2. Chaining Primitive Types

    • Chaining of primitive types is possible. For instance, considering the PositiveInteger and BetweenOneAnd100 DomainPrimitives:
    public readonly partial record struct PositiveInteger : IDomainValue<int>
     	{
     		public static void Validate(int value)
     		{
     			if (value <= 0)
     				throw new InvalidDomainValueException("Number must be positive");
     		}
     		public static int Default => 1;
     	}
    
    public readonly partial record struct BetweenOneAnd100 : IDomainValue<PositiveInteger>
    {
     	public static void Validate(PositiveInteger value)
     	{
     			if (value < 100)
     				throw new InvalidDomainValueException("Value must be less than 100");
     	}
     	public static PositiveInteger Default => 1; // using implicit operators this is possible.
    }
    

    Defined type BetweenOneAnd100 automatically inherits restrictions from PositiveInteger. Operators restricted in PositiveInteger are also inherited. Further restrictions on operators can be added using the SupportedOperationsAttribute:

     [SupportedOperations(Addition=false)]
     public readonly partial record struct BetweenOneAnd100 : IDomainValue<PositiveInteger>
     	{
     		public static void Validate(PositiveInteger value)
     		{
     				if (value < 100)
     					throw new InvalidDomainValueException("Value must be less than 100");
     		}
     		public static PositiveInteger Default => 1; // using implicit operators this is possible.
     	}
    
  3. Default Value Guarantee with IDomainValue<T>

    • IDomainValue<T> incorporates a static abstract property Default to ensure the correct domain state if a value is uninitialized. For example:
     public class TestObject
     {
     	public PositiveInteger CustomerId { get; set; }
     }
    
     public class Program
     {
     	var test = new TestObject();
     	Console.Write(test); // If no Default was defined, CustomerId would default to 0, providing invalid value in the Domain. Providing a Default value ensures initialization according to validation rules by initializing in this example to 1 .
     }
    

These additional features offer enhanced control over exceptions, chaining of primitive types, inheritance of restrictions and operators, and a mechanism to ensure correct default values within the domain.

Restrictions

  1. Implementation of IDomainValue Interface

    • DomainPrimitives are mandated to implement the IDomainValue<T> interface to ensure adherence to domain-specific constraints and behaviors.
  2. Constructor Limitation

    • No constructors should be explicitly defined within DomainPrimitives. Doing so will result in a compiler error.
  3. Prohibition of Public Properties or Fields

    • DomainPrimitive types should not contain any explicitly defined public properties or fields. The backing field will be automatically generated.
      • If any property or field is explicitly named _value, _valueOrDefault, or _isInitialized, a compiler error will be triggered.

Examples

Implicit Usage of DomainType

public readonly partial record struct PositiveAmount : IDomainValue<decimal>
{
	public static void Validate(decimal value)
	{
		if (value <= 0m)
			throw new InvalidDomainValueException("Must be a a positive number");
	}

	public static decimal Default => 1m;
}

public static class Example
{
	public static void ImplicitConversion()
	{
		var amount = new PositiveAmount(100m);
		PositiveAmount amount2 = 100m; // implicitly converted to PositiveAmount

		//implicilty casted to decimal
		decimal amountInDecimal = amount + amount2;        
	}
}

Json Conversion

[SupportedOperations] // no mathematical operators should be generated
public readonly partial record struct CustomerId : IDomainValue<int>
{
	public static void Validate(int value)
	{
		if (value <= 0)
			throw new InvalidDomainValueException("Value must be a positive number");
	}

	public static int Default => 1;
}

public sealed class Transaction
{
	public CustomerId FromId { get; set; }
	public CustomerId? ToId { get; set; }
	public PositiveAmount Amount { get; set; }
	public PositiveAmount? Fees { get; set; }
}

public static void JsonSerializationAndDeserialization()
{
	var amount = new Transaction()
        {
            Amount = 100.523m,
            Fees = null,
            FromId = 1,
            ToId = null
        };

    var jsonValue = JsonSerializer.Serialize(amount); //this will produce the same result as changing customerId to int and PositiveAmount to decimal
    var newValue = JsonSerializer.Deserialize<Transaction>(jsonValue)
}

Serialized Json

{
    "FromId": 1,
    "ToId": null,
    "Amount": 100.523,
    "Fees": null
}

Contributions

Contributions to AltaSoft.DomainPrimitives are welcome! Whether you have suggestions or wish to contribute code, feel free to submit a pull request or open an issue.

Contact

For support, questions, or additional information, please visit GitHub Issues.

License

This project is licensed under MIT. See the LICENSE file for details.

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