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This project simplifies the development of message-driven applications.

It provides a concise way to create handlers for many types of messages at once.
A single runner receives messages, and dispatches them to handlers.
When activated, the runner also records the messages.
That can be used for replay in event sourced applications.
It provides a builder API to create handlers for many types of messages at once.

You can [customize the message handler](https://github.com/bertilmuth/requirementsascode/tree/master/requirementsascodeexamples/crosscuttingconcerns) in a simple way, for example for measuring performance, or for logging purposes.
You can [customize message handling](https://github.com/bertilmuth/requirementsascode/tree/master/requirementsascodeexamples/crosscuttingconcerns) in a simple way, for example for measuring performance, or for logging purposes.

For more advanced scenarios that depend on the application's state,
you can create a [use case model with flows](https://github.com/bertilmuth/requirementsascode/tree/master/requirementsascodeexamples/helloworld).
It's a simple alternative to state machines,
understandable by developers and business people alike.
For more advanced scenarios that depend on the application's state, like Sagas,
you can create a [model with flows](https://github.com/bertilmuth/requirementsascode/tree/master/requirementsascodeexamples/helloworld).
It's a simple alternative to state machines, understandable by developers and business people alike.

For the long term maintenance of your application, you can [generate documentation](https://github.com/bertilmuth/requirementsascode/tree/master/requirementsascodeextract) from the models inside the code without the need to add comments to it.

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compile 'org.requirementsascode:requirementsascodecore:1.2.1'
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# how to use requirements as code
Here's what you need to do as a developer:
Here's what you need to do as a developer.

## Step 1: Build a model defining the message types to handle, and the methods that react to a message:
``` java

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