The Design Patterns: Java Companion

The Design Patterns: Java Companion

A catalog of 23 generally useful patterns for writing object-oriented software, each of them is presented with at least one complete, visual Java program.

Tag(s): Java

Publication date: 13 Feb 2000

ISBN-10: 0201485397

ISBN-13: 9780201485394

Paperback: 352 pages

Views: 27,093

Type: N/A

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

License: n/a

Post time: 28 Oct 2004 10:54:33

The Design Patterns: Java Companion

The Design Patterns: Java Companion A catalog of 23 generally useful patterns for writing object-oriented software, each of them is presented with at least one complete, visual Java program.
Tag(s): Java
Publication date: 13 Feb 2000
ISBN-10: 0201485397
ISBN-13: 9780201485394
Paperback: 352 pages
Views: 27,093
Document Type: N/A
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
License: n/a
Post time: 28 Oct 2004 10:54:33
Book excerpts:

It could be somewhat off-putting, but design patterns are just convenient ways of reusing object-oriented code between projects and between programmers. The idea behind design patterns is simple -- write down and catalog common interactions between objects that programmers have frequently found useful.

Design Patterns is a catalog of 23 generally useful patterns for writing object-oriented software. It is written as a catalog with short examples and substantial discussions of how the patterns can be constructed and applied. Each of the 23 patterns is presented with at least one complete, visual Java program.

Nearly all of the example programs in this book use the JFC to produce the interfaces the example code. Since not everyone may be familiar with these classes, and since the the intend is to build some basic classes from the JFC to use throughout the examples, there will be a short break after introducing the creational patterns and the readers will spend a chapter introducing the JFC. While the chapter is not a complete tutorial in every aspect of the JFC, it does introduce the most useful interface controls and shows how to use them.
 




About The Author(s)


James W. Cooper was a chemistry professor at Tufts University, and spent 25 years in IBM's Research Division, and 3 years as a Vice President of Bruker Instruments. He holds a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Ohio State University and an A.B. from Oberlin College.

James W. Cooper

James W. Cooper was a chemistry professor at Tufts University, and spent 25 years in IBM's Research Division, and 3 years as a Vice President of Bruker Instruments. He holds a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Ohio State University and an A.B. from Oberlin College.


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