In my previous article I discussed a bit about how to use the Decorator pattern to implement cross-cutting concerns and reduce clutter in your codebase. Today it’s going to be a bit more practical: we’ll be looking at a small demo I published on Github that makes use of Decorators as well as some other interesting things […]
This time I’ll be writing about a very simple but powerful technique to reduce boiler-plate caused by cross-cutting concerns. In this post we’ll explore a simple way to encapsulate them in reusable components using the Decorator pattern.
First article of the year! I really wanted to start writing this few weeks ago, but honestly I wasn’t inspired enough. Now that I’ve spent a good portion of the Christmas break reading blogs, books and watching courses on Pluralsight, I still don’t feel inspired enough. I guess it’s due to how I spent the […]
How do you make sure an entire software you wrote works? And how would you do that if your system doesn’t have a UI? Well, simply by testing the boundaries of course! From time to time I like to extract pieces of code from what I’m working on and create small repos just to showcase […]
This time we’ll talk about the Immutable Builder Pattern, but with a twist: the resulting instance has to be immutable. From time to time I need to move away from the routine, just to avoid getting bored. Also, taking short breaks might help viewing things under a different perspective. Anyways, while working on Statifier I felt the […]