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Design Pattern - Chain of Responsibility

Design pattern Chain of Responsibility (COR) belongs to the general design concept Divide-and-Conquer.

Imagine that we have a complex business logic with inputs and outputs, and its content is filled with numerous statements. 250 more words

Design Patterns

Web Forms, ASP.NET MVC, and ASP.NET Web Pages

ASP.NET offers three frameworks for creating web applications: Web Forms, ASP.NET MVC, and ASP.NET Web Pages. All three frameworks are stable and mature, and you can create great web applications with any of them. 446 more words

Design Patterns

Decorator pattern in Kotlin

If you feel curious how would an implementation of decorator design pattern look like in Kotlin, you came to the right place. This example is just a very basic thing that you then tweak until it’s perfect. 37 more words


Design patterns in TypeScript: Chain of Responsibility

In event-driven systems messages produced by one object can be handled by one or more other objects. None of the objects need to know of one another – all they need to share is a common mechanism for distributing messages. 623 more words


Is Your Serverless Application Testable? - Azure Functions

In this post, I’m going to introduce several design patterns when we write Azure Functions codes in C#, by considering full testabilities. 973 more words

Application Development And Integration

Static Factory Method Pattern

The factory method is a pattern used to create objects of a certain type without an constructor. When looking at examples around the internet I saw so many different examples I was actually shocked. 370 more words


Builder Pattern

The builder pattern is a pattern used to create objects that would have an very large constructor. There are multiple ways people make the builder pattern in Java. 426 more words