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Code that rocks the Bridge Pattern tends to be wonderful. It’s easy to maintain. It’s easy to extend. It’s also
Listen to this description of the Bridge Pattern: [Its purpose is to] decouple an abstraction from its implementation so that
Patterns aren’t just for old-fashioned, blocking code. You can find many — like the Adapter Pattern — in asynchronous code.
Adapter code that needs to function natively in both our code and their code needs a little kick. It needs…
Were you horrified by last episode’s Pluggable Adapter? Do you recoil at the mention of the word “callback”? Do you
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It’s easy to fixate on the class or object version of the Adapter Pattern. But if you’re adapting something, it’s
The Adapter pattern pretty much does what you’d expect. It’s easy to remember. It’s easy to implement. But can it
You didn’t think the successor chain had to be hard-coded into the class definitions, did you? Of course not! So
What happens when a request reaches the end of the successor chain? Does it get lost in the ether? Should