Learning OOP Design Patterns - Master Object Oriented Programming Design Patterns
This is an essential resource for software developers who want to understand and use object-oriented design patterns effectively in their projects.
The book begins with an introduction to object-oriented design patterns and their importance in software development. It then provides an overview of the three main categories of design patterns: creational, structural, and behavioral.
Each category is explored in detail, including specific patterns such as the Singleton, Factory Method, Adapter, and Observer patterns. The book provides best practices for using these patterns in software development and real-world examples of their usage.
The book also covers advanced design patterns such as the Flyweight, Mediator, and Visitor patterns, as well as anti-patterns and common pitfalls to avoid when using design patterns.
Finally, the book explores how design patterns can be used in conjunction with popular frameworks and libraries, providing examples of their usage in frameworks such as Laravel, Spring, and React.
By the end of the book, readers will have a solid understanding of object-oriented design patterns and how to use them effectively in their software development projects. The book is written in a clear and concise manner, making it accessible to developers of all skill levels.
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This book is available now in both eBook and Paperback format.