The Template Method

The Template Method is a behavioral design pattern. It defines a skeleton for an algorithm and is probably one of the most often used design patterns from the book "Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software".

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The Visitor Pattern

The Visitor Pattern encapsulates an operation executed on an object hierarchy as an object and enables it to define new operations without changing the object hierarchy.

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The Observer Pattern

The Observer Pattern is a behavioral pattern from the book   "Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software". It defines 1-to-n dependencies between objects so that changes to one object cause all dependent objects to be notified.

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The Proxy Pattern

The Proxy Pattern is probably the most influential design pattern for C++. The Proxy provides a placeholder for accessing another object.

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The Facade Pattern

Today, I write about the Facade Pattern. The Facade Pattern is a structural pattern and has one purpose: to provide a simplified interface to any complex system.

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The Composite Pattern

The Composite Pattern allows you to compose objects into tree structures and treat the individual object and composite objects uniformly.

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The Decorator Pattern

The Decorator Pattern's job is to extend an object with responsibilities dynamically. Let me, in today's post, dig deeper.

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The Bridge Pattern

The Bridge Pattern is a structural pattern. It decouples the interface from the implementation. In C++, a simplified version is often used: the Pimpl Idiom.

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The Adapter Pattern

The idea of the adapter pattern is straightforward: It converts the interface of a class into another interface.

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The Singleton: The Alternatives Monostate Pattern and Dependency Injection

So far, I have discussed in my previous posts the Singleton Pattern, and its pros and cons. One question is still open: What alternatives for the Singleton Pattern are available? Today, I write about the Monostate Pattern and Dependency Injection.

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