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As explained in the overview, the PhoneBook's domain is very simple and easy to understand for everybody who has ever used a paper phonebook.

  • Person-s have one address - a Location - and zero or more PhoneNumber|s
  • Person-s can share an address, but not a PhoneNumber

The words in italics are domain object classes here, and together they constitute the domain of the PhoneBook application:

  • Location
  • Person
  • PhoneNumber

As explained in PhoneBook project structure, three sub-projects constitute the PhoneBook solution in Visual Studio:

  • PhoneBook.Domain – the domain project with all the domain's data and business logic
  • PhoneBook.Sample – the sample project for exercising the objects (or demonstrating their use)
  • PhoneBook.Web – the web project (foundation was laid by uigen.exe

PhoneBook.Web is the most elaborate project and requires most of the work. uigen.exe derives a bare-bones (but functional) web application from the
domain. What you are seeing in this project is the "embellished" version. Such polishing and customizing of a generated web app requires extra work.