Design Patterns: JAVA

Nikhiljain08 June 1, 2019
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What are Design patterns?

Design patterns are basically reusable solutions to problems occurred during the development life cycle of the software. These patterns are the standard approach to the general problems faced by the developers during the development phase of any software. By studying and understanding the design patterns, you can easily reduce the development efforts, time constraints and definitely less bugs in the code.

What are Java Design patterns?

Java design patterns are similiar to the Software design patterns which are implemented to make the code or program Robust and more maintainable program. There are multiple Java design patterns but here we have listed down some of the widely used design patterns in Java.

Usage

As we are familiar that the Java design patterns are used when we need a highly maintainable and robust code during the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). By following this approach, it help to reduce the number of general or common problems or error occurred during the development phase of the project.

Advantages

  1. They provide you a way to speed up the complete development process by providing the reliable, well-tested and proven programming paradigms.
  2. Helps with developers and architect to read and analyze the code if they are also familiar with the design patterns.
  3. Helps to reuse the code in order to prevent subtle issues that can cause major problems.
  4. A standard solution practice for common programming problems which enables large scale of reuse of software.
  5. Ease the transition to object-oriented technology .

Types of Core Java Patterns

  1. Creational Design Pattern
    1. Factory Pattern
    2. Abstract Factory Pattern
    3. Singleton Pattern
    4. Prototype Pattern
    5. Builder Pattern
  2. Structural Design Pattern
    1. Adapter Pattern
    2. Bridge Pattern
    3. Composite Pattern
    4. Decorator Pattern
    5. Facade Pattern
    6. Flyweight Pattern
    7. Proxy Pattern
  3. Behavioral Design Pattern
    1. Chain of Responsibility Pattern
    2. Command Pattern
    3. Interpreter Pattern
    4. Iterator Pattern
    5. Mediator Pattern
    6. Memento Pattern
    7. Observer Pattern
    8. State Pattern
    9. Strategy Pattern
    10. Template Pattern
    11. Visitor Pattern
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