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Introduction Design patterns are recurring solutions to software design problems you find again and again in real-world application development. Patterns are about design and interaction of objects, as well as providing a communication platform concerning elegant, reusable solutions to commonly encountered programming challenges. The Gang of Four GoF patterns are generally considered the foundation for all other patterns. A total of 23 GoF patterns exist. They are categorized in three groups: Creational, Structural, and Behavioral. Here you will find information on each of these patterns including source code examples in C or VB depending on the Edition you purchased.
Each pattern describes the circumstances in which it is applicable, when it can be applied in view of other design constraints, and the consequences and trade-offs of using the pattern within a larger design. All patterns are compiled from real systems and are based on real-world examples. Stay ahead with the world's most comprehensive technology and business learning platform.
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Introduction 1. What Is a Design Pattern? The Catalog of Design Patterns 1. Organizing the Catalog 1. Structural sample code The structural code demonstrates the Composite pattern which allows the creation of a tree structure in which individual nodes are accessed uniformly whether they are leaf nodes or branch composite nodes. Structural Real-world sample code The real-world code demonstrates the Composite pattern used in building a graphical tree structure made up of primitive nodes lines.
A leaf has no children. The composite pattern is a great candidate for generics and you will find these used throughout this example. Forms namespace and the other for ASP. NET apps in the System. Page 34 of Composite in the. This code demonstrates much of the power that generics offer to. Numerous interesting language features are used in this example. This is an open type which has the ability to accept any type parameter.
This common interface greatly facilitates the design and construction of recursive algorithms that iterate over each object in the Composite collection. All nodes in the Composite pattern share a common interface which supports individual items as well as groups of items. The class named Shape does implement this generic interface so that comparisons can be made between shape objects. UI namespace.
NetOptimized Composite: The nodes of the tree either contain an individual object leaf node or a group of objects a subtree of nodes. It is used like any other collection. A tree control is a good example of a Composite pattern.
NET developers. Examples are the two Control classes one for Windows apps in the System. This facilitates the process of adding and removing shapes from the list of tree nodes. Page 35 of WPF also has many built-in controls that are Composites. NET framework. The built-in. Page 36 of Decorators provide a flexible alternative to subclassing for extending functionality. Decorator Definition Attach additional responsibilities to an object dynamically. ConcreteComponent Book. A NET 3. Page 37 of NET optimized code demonstrates an example of the Decorator design pattern that uses generics.
Decorator Decorator maintains a reference to a Component object and defines an interface that conforms to Component's interface.
ConcreteDecorator Borrowable o adds responsibilities to the component. Structural Real-world sample code The real-world code demonstrates the Decorator pattern in which 'borrowable' functionality is added to existing library items books and videos. NetOptimized Decorator: Structural sample code The structural code demonstrates the Decorator pattern which dynamically adds extra functionality to an existing object.
It is polymorphic with the original class so that clients can invoke it just like the original class. Flush and others. Decorator classes usually have a constructor with an argument that represents the class they intent to decorate: The Stream class is an abstract class that reads or writes a sequence of bytes from an IO device disk. Decoration is a flexible technique because it takes place at runtime.
Page 38 of The BufferedStream class is a Decorator that wraps the Stream class and reads and writes large chunks of bytes for better performance. Decorator in the. NET Framework include a set of classes that are designed around the Stream class.
In most cases.
As an aside. Subsystem classes Bank.
Page 39 of Loan implement subsystem functionality. Facade Definition Provide a unified interface to a set of interfaces in a subsystem. Structural Real-world sample code The real-world code demonstrates the Facade pattern as a MortgageApplication object which provides a simplified interface to a large subsystem of classes measuring the creditworthiness of an applicant.
NET optimized sample code This code is essentially the same as the real-world example. Structural sample code The structural code demonstrates the Facade pattern which provides a simplified and uniform interface to a large subsystem of classes. The only difference is the use of.
Page 40 of NET Framework In the. Calls into the business layer take place via a well defined service layer. To discuss this properly we need to distinguish high-level architectural Facades from lower level component type facades. This service layer. It exposes a simple API to the client. In a 3-tier application the presentation layer is the client. Page 41 of Facade in the. Facades themselves are often implemented as singleton abstract factories.
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An example of an aggregate component is System. It is used in scenarios where there is a need to present a simplified view over more complex set of types. Complex operations. Facades may reduce the expressiveness of the API. WebClient which provides a high-level interface for sending and retrieving data from a network resources identified by a general URI. MessageQueue which provides access to a queue on a Message Queue server. NET Framework libraries are no exception. SmtpMail to send mail messages.
Page 42 of SerialPort which is a powerful serial port class. NET developer can see. The objective of the. A ConcreteFlyweight object must be sharable. Any state it stores must be intrinsic. All rights reserved Page 43 of CharacterZ o implements the Flyweight interface and adds storage for intrinsic state. ConcreteFlyweight CharacterA. Flyweigth Definition Use sharing to support large numbers of fine-grained objects efficiently.
Page 44 of When a client requests a flyweight. Structural sample code The structural code demonstrates the Flyweight pattern in which a relatively small number of objects is shared many times by different clients.
It is common for UnsharedConcreteFlyweight objects to have ConcreteFlyweight objects as children at some level in the flyweight object structure as the Row and Column classes have. Structural Real-world sample code The real-world code demonstrates the Flyweight pattern in which a relatively small number of Character objects is shared many times by a document that has potentially many characters.
The Flyweight interface enables sharing. Shared flyweight objects are immutable. Page 45 of Flyweight in the.
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Examples include. The stateless flyweights refer to the same memory location that holds the immutable string. NET Framework as a string management technique to minimize memory usage for immutable strings. NET uses Flyweights for strings that are declared at compile time and have the same sequence of characters.
NetOptimized Flyweight: They are rarely used in data-driven business type applications. You will find flyweights mostly in utility type applications word processors. Flyweights are usually combined with the Factory pattern as demonstrated in the.
NET optimized code uses a generic Dictionary collection to hold and quickly access Flyweight Character objects in memory. NET Optimized code sample. NET Framework As mentioned above.
The generic collection increases the type-safety of the code. Flyweights are used internally in the. Proxy Definition Provide a surrogate or placeholder for another object to control access to it.
Page 46 of Proxy may refer to a Subject if the RealSubject and Subject interfaces are the same. Structural sample code The structural code demonstrates the Proxy pattern which provides a representative object proxy that controls access to another similar object.
This code demonstrates the Remote Proxy pattern which provides a representative object i. Page 47 of Structural Real-world sample code The real-world code demonstrates the Proxy pattern for a Math object represented by a MathProxy object. Page 48 of NetOptimized Proxy: The Proxy forwards the request to a target object. The interface of the Proxy object is the same as the original object and clients may not even be aware they are dealing with a proxy rather than the real object.
Typically this occurs when there is a dependency on a remote resource a call to another computer for example or when an object takes a long time to load.
The proxy pattern is meant to provide a surrogate or placeholder for another object to control access to it. A Smart Reference is a proxy for a pointer. Clients of these objects expect this work to be done quickly and efficiently. There are 3 different types of proxies: As is common with proxies. Page 49 of NET Framework In. NET the Proxy pattern manifests itself in the Remoting infrastructure.
Clients of WCF services also rely heavily on auto-generated proxy objects. NET Remoting. Chain or Responsibility Definition Avoid coupling the sender of a request to its receiver by giving more than one object a chance to handle the request. President handles requests it is responsible for can access its successor if the ConcreteHandler can handle the request. Chain the receiving objects and pass the request along the chain until an object handles it.
Page 50 of Structural Real-world sample code The real-world code demonstrates the Chain of Responsibility pattern in which several linked managers and executives can respond to a purchase request or hand it off to a superior. Page 51 of The Purchase and other classes use. The Successor settings are simplified by using properties.
Each position has can have its own set of rules which orders they can approve. The chain of responsibility pattern is frequently used in the Windows event model in which a UI control can either handle an event for example a mouse click or let it fall through to the next control in the event chain.
The delegates are implemented using generics in which event handlers are type safe and not restricted to senders of type object but rather to types that are appropriate for the event — in the sample code type Approver see.
NET you can identify a Chain of Responsibility in the Windows event model where each UI control can decide to process an event or let it fall through to the next control in the event chain. Note that Chain-of-Responsibility is not commonly used in business application development. Page 52 of This search is usually modeled according to the specific needs of the application domain.
NET Remoting in which a message between a client and a server passes through one or more so-called message sinks. Occasionally you may run into a Chain of Responsibility implementation in which a chain of objects process a message between a sender and a receiver.
Message sinks form a chain as each sink has a reference to the next sink in the chain. The Chain of Responsibility design pattern offers an opportunity to build a collection of loosely coupled objects by relieving a client from having to know which objects in a collection can satisfy a request by arranging these objects in a chain.
This pattern requires a way to order the search for an object that can handle the request. NetOptimized Chain of Responsibility: Loosely coupled objects have the advantage that they are easier to maintain and easier to change compared to systems where there is tight coupling between objects i.
This is slightly different from the GoF definition in which just one object in a chain decides to handle the request. Chain of Responsibility in the. Command Definition Encapsulate a request as an object. Page 53 of Structural sample code The structural code demonstrates the Command pattern which stores requests as objects allowing clients to execute or playback the requests.
Prefixing it with ' ' allows using it as an identifier. In this example the abstract Command class has been replaced by the ICommand interface because the abstract class had no implementation code at all.
Structural Real-world sample code The real-world code demonstrates the Command pattern used in a simple calculator with unlimited number of undo's and redo's. Page 54 of Note that in C the word 'operator' is a keyword. We would have expected that the Command pattern would be exposed in. The classic usage of this pattern is a menu system where each command object represents an action and an associated undo action. NET as part of a unified WinForms command routing architecture.
Page 55 of Menu actions include menu items such as File Open. All Commands implement the same interface. Edit Copy. Areas where you find Command patterns are: Typically their interface includes methods such as Do and Undo or Execute and Undo. Command in the. File Save. OneExpression o o implements an Interpret operation associated with terminal symbols in the grammar.
Page 56 of Interpreter Definition Given a language. Page 57 of The abstract syntax tree is assembled from instances of the NonterminalExpression and TerminalExpression classes o invokes the Interpret operation Structural sample code The structural code demonstrates the Interpreter patterns.
Interpret typically calls itself recursively on the variables representing R1 through Rn. All rights reserved.. Structural Real-world sample code The real-world code demonstrates the Interpreter pattern which is used to convert a Roman numeral to a decimal. Rn in the grammar maintains instance variables of type AbstractExpression for each of the symbols R1 through Rn.
Certain types of problems lend themselves to be characterized by a language. Grammars are usually hierarchical tree-like structures that step through multiple levels but end up with terminal nodes also called literals. For an example visit: This type of problem.
VBScript comes to mind. The well-known Towers of Hanoi puzzle is an example of the type of problem that can be encoded by a simple grammar and implemented using the Interpreter design pattern.
The truth is that if you really need this type of control it is probably easier and faster to use an existing command interpreter or expression evaluator tool out of the box. The Interpreter design pattern solves this particular problem — that of creating a scripting language that allows the end user to customize their solution. This language describes the problem domain which should be well-understood and welldefined. Here the abstract classes have been replaced by interfaces because the abstract classes have no implementation code.
NET Dynamic Languages. Page 58 of NetOptimized Interpreter: NET Framework libraries. Interpreter in the. Page 59 of Just like State and Strategy. It also has similarities with the Composite pattern. Page 60 of Iterator Definition Provide a way to access the elements of an aggregate object sequentially without exposing its underlying representation. ConcreteIterator Iterator implements the Iterator interface. C offers built-in iterator support with the yield return keyword which makes implementing the IEnumerable and IEnumerator interfaces even easier even iterating over trees and other more complex data structures.
Page 61 of NET's built-in generic Iterator design pattern. Structural Real-world sample code The real-world code demonstrates the Iterator pattern which is used to iterate over a collection of items and skip a specific number of items each iteration. In this example the IEnumerable and IEnumerator interfaces are implemented using. Two looping methods are demonstrated: While and For Each. NET libraries. The Iterator design pattern solves this problem by separating the collection of objects from the traversal of these objects by implementing a specialized iterator class.
Page 62 of Both languages have a built-in construct that facilitates iterating over collections: Not only do you find the Iterator design pattern deep into the. NetOptimized Iterator: These collections may be stored as an array. WriteLine vote. Page 63 of Page 64 of Mediator promotes loose coupling by keeping objects from referring to each other explicitly. Mediator Definition Define an object that encapsulates how a set of objects interact. Page 65 of The Chatroom is the central hub through which all communication takes place.
At this point only one-to-one communication is implemented in the Chatroom. Here the abstract classes have been replaced with interfaces because there is no implementation code.
NetOptimized Mediator: The mediator is a central hub through which all interaction must take place. Structural Real-world sample code The real-world code demonstrates the Mediator pattern facilitating loosely coupled communication between different Participants registering with a Chatroom.
Page 66 of Mediator in the. When selecting custom options for your computer. Another area where Mediator is used is in complex configuration scenarios.
For example a particular graphics card may not work with a Sony monitor. The Mediator is the pattern that flags these kinds of incompatibilities. Take for example a dialog in which you enter options to make a flight reservation. This eBook requires no passwords or activation to read. We customize your eBook by discreetly watermarking it with your name, making it uniquely yours.
Capturing a wealth of experience about the design of object-oriented software, four top-notch designers present a catalog of simple and succinct solutions to commonly occurring design problems.
Previously undocumented, these 23 patterns allow designers to create more flexible, elegant, and ultimately reusable designs without having to rediscover the design solutions themselves.
The authors begin by describing what patterns are and how they can help you design object-oriented software. They then go on to systematically name, explain, evaluate, and catalog recurring designs in object-oriented systems.
With Design Patterns as your guide, you will learn how these important patterns fit into the software development process, and how you can leverage them to solve your own design problems most efficiently. Each pattern describes the circumstances in which it is applicable, when it can be applied in view of other design constraints, and the consequences and trade-offs of using the pattern within a larger design.
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This book assumes you are reasonably proficient in at least one object-oriented programming language, and you should have some experience in object-oriented design as well. You definitely shouldn't have to rush to the nearest dictionary the moment we mention "types" and"polymorphism," or "interface" as opposed to "implementation" inheritance.
On the other hand, this isn't an advanced technical treatise either. It's a book of design patterns that describes simple and elegant solutions to specific problems in object-oriented software design. Design patterns capture solutions that have developed and evolved over time. Hence they aren't the designs people They reflect untold redesign and recoding as developers have struggled for greater reuse and flexibility in their software. Design patterns capture these solutions in a succinct and easily applied form.