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Design patterns - the facade and adapter pattern

Design patterns - the facade and adapter pattern



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Published by Adam Siemion
"Design patterns - the facade and adapter pattern", presentation PJWSTK 2005
"Design patterns - the facade and adapter pattern", presentation PJWSTK 2005

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Published by: Adam Siemion on Mar 15, 2008
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Design patterns
15.03.08Adam Siemion2
The Facade Pattern
Provides a unified interface to a set of interfaces in a subsystem. Facade defines ahigher-level interface that makes thesubsystem easier to use.
15.03.08Adam Siemion3
Structuring a system into subsystems helps reducecomplexity.
Subsystems are groups of classes, or groups of classes and other subsystems.
The interface exposed by the classes in asubsystem or set of subsystems can become quitecomplex.
One way to reduce this complexity is to introduce afacade object that provides a single, simplifiedinterface to the more general facilities of asubsystem.

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