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Re: Layers, hexagons, features and components

"I think physical separation is a really important part of implementing the ports & adapters pattern. Why don't people mention this?" I agree, I consider it very important, I try to achieve it with several Maven projects. It's quite messy, lot of projects for every port , every adapter, and dependencies. I don't see it though in most of hexagonal architecture examples over the internet... they use to just split the whole application in two layers, the hexagon and the adapters, but they don't distinguish every adapter nor ports. I think it's more correct to physically split every port and adapter (ports being the api of the hexagon). The other way it would be just a layered architecture, not hexagonal.

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