Scope of problem Unlike the simple examples, the Condense framework is aimed at more complex domain models that change over time and may contain multiple code-versions of business logic. The event-based nature also means that from a given perspective, eg a user interface, a portion of the domain is irrelevant or out of scope. For example; Additional processing that continues after a relevant result is achieved. After a successful payment in a web application, the various pieces of the shipment process are orchestrated for back office systems.
Lambda Definition In the Condense framework, a lambda is a method executed in response to one or more events. This method is a declared in a domain assembly, and marked with the Condense.Core.Lambda attribute. Further information can be declared using the properties on this attribute, as well as per-input attributes on parameters (Condense.Core.Param). This rather long document describes the steps that the Condense runtime performs. It describes when your method is executed, how it fills the parameters, and importantly how you can control this.