On Monday, 4 November 2013 at 16:40:25 UTC, Alexandre Riveira
Congratulations for your hard work.
How do you think your framework running in development mode
where a huge amount of models with many business rules exist. A
system under development can be slow, like java where a
signature change in the method requires reload of the whole
I might recommend to wait a bit before trying it in production
until CI suite is figured out (it is work in progress), there are
some concerns with stability/regressions right now because it
grows just too fast.
Once this stuff is back under control though, there is no reason
why it shouldn't scale to complex business logic scenarios. It
may require writing own modules for something like XML-based
configuration or similar Java-ish stuff as vibe.d itself is more
declarative / procedural in style but foundation is pretty solid.
I also recommend asking more specific questions in vibe.d own
newsgroup as Sonke pays more attention to it, he is obviously
quite a busy guy :)