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Java Design Patterns

Java Design Patterns

by Vaskaran Sarcar

Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 9781484218013
Pages: 200
Format: pdf, ePub, mobi, fb2
File size: 5 Mb
Date posting: 2020-04-02
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Learn how to implement design patterns in Java: each pattern in Java Design Patterns is a complete implementation and the output is generated using Eclipse, making the code accessible to all. The examples are chosen so you will be able to absorb the core concepts easily and quickly. This book presents the topic of design patterns in Java in such a way that anyone can grasp the idea. By giving easy to follow examples, you will understand the concepts with increasing depth. The examples presented are straightforward and the topic is presented in a concise manner. Key features of the book: Each of the 23 patterns is described with straightforward Java code. There is no need to know advanced concepts of Java to use this book. Each of the concepts is connected with a real world example and a computer world example. The book uses Eclipse IDE to generate the output because it is the most popular IDE in this field. This is a practitioner's book on design patterns in Java. Design patterns are a popular topic in software development. A design pattern is a common, well-described solution to a common software problem. There is a lot of written material available on design patterns, but scattered and not in one single reference source. Also, many of these examples are unnecessarily big and complex. What you’ll learn Each of the pattern is described with simple Java examples. There is no need to know advanced concepts of Java to use this book. Each of the concepts is connected with a real world example and a computer world example. The book uses Eclipse IDE to generate the output because it is the most popular IDE in this field. All 23 patterns are explained through unique real world examples. Who this book is for Software developers, software testers and software architects. In general, the book will have significant importance to any programming lovers. Table of Contents Introduction Observer Pattern Singleton Pattern Proxy Pattern Decorator Pattern Strategy Pattern (Or, Policy Pattern) Template Method Pattern Prototype Pattern Adapter Pattern Command Pattern Iterator Pattern Facade Pattern Factory Method Pattern Memento Pattern State Pattern Builder Pattern Flyweight Pattern Abstract Factory Pattern Mediator Pattern Chain of Responsibility Pattern Composite Pattern Bridge Pattern (Or Handle/Body Pattern) Visitor Pattern Interpreter Pattern FAQ Reference Acknowledgements About the Author