Posts Tagged: design patterns
Design patterns are proven solutions to recurring problems in software design. They are best practices in software development that aim to solve specific problems and provide a standard solution that can be used in many different scenarios. Blog posts under this tag will cover popular design patterns, implementation techniques, and their benefits and drawbacks.
- Using The Factory Design Pattern in .NET
Discover how to use the Factory design pattern in .NET applications to create objects in a flexible and maintainable way. It provides examples of real-world scenarios where the pattern could be used to improve code quality, and demonstrates how to implement the Factory pattern in C# code.
- Using The Decorator Design Pattern in .NET
Discover how to use the Decorator design pattern in C#/.NET to add new behaviours to an object dynamically without changing its underlying structure. See how you can make your code more maintainable and extensible, and see step-by-step instructions for implementing it in C#. Find out how to use the Decorator pattern with dependency injection.
- Using The Singleton Design Pattern in .NET
Discover how to use the Singleton design pattern in C#/.NET to create a single instance of an object that is globally accessible throughout your application. Learn about the benefits and drawbacks of the Singleton pattern, how to implement it using Lazy<T> for thread-safety, and its role in modern .NET development and Dependency Injection.
- Using the Builder Design Pattern in .NET
Discover how to use the Builder pattern in C#/.NET to create more maintainable and flexible code. Learn implementation tips and answers to FAQs in this comprehensive guide. Improve your .NET development skills and create reusable code today.