Chain of Responsibility Pattern

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Features a request sender and one or more request handlers that form a chain the request sender passes the request to the first handler in the chain the...

Iterator Pattern

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Javascript itself has iteration built into the language there are a number of for and forEach methods to iterate through arrays we have the forIn loop to iterate through objects Iterator pattern is different as it doesn't...

Decorator Pattern

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Structural pattern used to add new functionality to existing objects using JavaScript we can extend classes whenever we want, but the decorator pattern is still used to minimize the amount of sub-classes we will...

Facade Pattern

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The facade is a simple interface that is shown to the public to hide the complexity of the underlying system they conceal the implementation It is a structural pattern that simplifies the use of...

Publisher / Subscriber Pattern

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This Lesson teaches the Publisher / Subscriber pattern, which is used to allow modules to communicate with eachother without hard dependencies. It is a great pattern for decoupling modules in your program It is very...

Factory Pattern

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The factory pattern consists of a collection of objects, a factory, and a client that requires instances of the objects. The client controls the process, but is decoupled from the actual construction of...

Proxy Pattern

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The Proxy pattern uses one object as the interface for another object It sits between users or clients of the object and the object itself client makes request to proxy, proxy makes request to...

Adapter Pattern

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Used to convert one interface to another an objects interface is the method and properties exposed by the object, what we use to interact with the object useful pattern when something changes and...

Mediator Pattern

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Situation: If you have multiple independent modules that work in a system (parts of a web page or a user interface system) and they must be kept seperate from eachother and aren't allowed...

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