Strategy design pattern is behavioral design pattern where we choose a specific implementation of algorithm or task in run time – out of multiple other implementations for same task.
Template method design pattern is widely accepted behavioral design pattern to enforce some sort of algorithm (fixed set of steps) in the context of programming. It defines the sequential steps to execute a multi-step algorithm and optionally can provide a default implementation as well (based on requirements). Table of Contents Introduction Problem Statement Solution Code […]
Composite design pattern is a structural pattern which modifies the structure of an object. This pattern is most suitable in cases where you need to work with objects which form a tree like hierarchy. In that tree, each node/object (except root node) is either composite or leaf node. Implementing the composite pattern lets clients treat […]
Bridge design pattern is used to decouple a class into two parts – abstraction and it’s implementation – so that both can evolve in future without affecting each other. It increases the loose coupling between class abstraction and it’s implementation. Table of Contents Design participants of bridge design pattern When we need bridge design pattern […]
Ever tried to use a your camera memory card in your laptop. You cannot use it directly simply because there is no port in laptop which accept it. You must use a compatible card reader. You put your memory card into card reader and then inject card reader into laptop. This card reader can be […]
The builder pattern, as name implies, is an alternative way to construct complex objects. This should be used only when you want to build different immutable objects using same object building process. Before starting the discussion, I want to make it clear that the builder pattern which I am going to discuss in this post, […]
In software engineering, decorator design pattern is used to add additional features or behaviors to a particular instance of a class, while not modifying the other instances of same class. Decorators provide a flexible alternative to sub-classing for extending functionality. Please note that the description above implies that decorating an object changes its behavior but […]
Design patterns are used to solve the problems which occur in a pattern, we all know that, right? Also we know that behavioral design patterns are design patterns that identify common communication patterns between objects. One of such behavioral patterns is visitor pattern, which we are going to learn about in this post. If you […]
The Chain of Responsibility is known as a behavioral pattern. The main objective of this pattern is that it avoids coupling the sender of the request to the receiver, giving more than one object the opportunity to handle the request. The core logic defined by GoF is : “Gives more than one object an opportunity […]
Prototype design pattern is used in scenarios where application needs to create a number of instances of a class, which has almost same state or differs very little.