Join Jungwoo Ryoo for an in-depth discussion in this video Architectural vs. design patterns, part of Python: Advanced Design Patterns.
- [Narrator] Think about the difference between…architectural patterns and design patterns.…My goal here is two-fold,…if you're not already familiar with architectural patterns,…I'd like to open up some new horizons for you by…introducing the concept.…For those of you who are in the know,…I may still be able to enhance your understanding…so that the difference between architectural and…design patterns are crystal clear to you.…
Design patterns are low-level and concrete.…They are at the class level, and address how…classes are instantiated, structured, and orchestrated.…On the other hand, architectural patterns are…high-level and abstract.…They are at the module level and…address global concerns, such as security,…performance, maintainability, etc.…
By the way, these software qualities are also called…quality attributes.…Unlike its cousin, the impact of a design pattern is local.…For example, a singleton focus is on…limiting the number of objects…instantiated from the same class,…which does not affect the software as a whole.…
- Architectural vs. design patterns
- Why use design patterns?
- Design best practices
- Domain-specific patterns and security patterns
- Gang of Four design patterns
- Command, Mediator, and State
- Template method
Skill Level Advanced
1. Understanding Design Patterns: Review
2. Design Best Practices
3. Gang of Four (GoF) Patterns, Part 1
4. Gang of Four (GoF) Patterns, Part 2
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