Join Jungwoo Ryoo for an in-depth discussion in this video Patterns and frameworks, part of Python: Advanced Design Patterns.
- Designs patterns are nice because they allow you…to reuse design solutions.…However, they are not a turnkey solution.…You still have to write your own code…that implements a pattern.…Code samples are often available but it's still necessary…to customize them to fit your needs.…Are you disappointed?…I hope not, the good news is that there are exceptions…to this norm, especially in the area…of domain-specific software components.…
A good example for this is security.…There are many reusable snippets of code available…in the form of either commercial off-the-shelf…or open-source frameworks.…Here, framework refers to a collection…of reusable software elements.…These frameworks implement design patterns.…This means that all you have to do…as a developer is use them through…their application programming interface, or API.…
Imagine a scenario in which you…have a software requirement for user authentication.…Several security frameworks…already offer user authentication features…and support various programming languages.…
- 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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