A design pattern is a general reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem in software design.

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Design for a plugin based application [closed]

I am working on application, details of which I cannot discuss here. We have core framework and the rest is designed as plug in. In the core framework we have a domain object. This domain object is ...
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Learn how to write/design code in a “organic” way? [closed]

I'm an average programmer, I have not issue accomplish the most of daily task and figure out solution, instead my issue is how to design code. let me try to explain: I don't need to learn OO ...
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DDD/SOA Using .NET Message pattern(s) / Request Response with File Saving [closed]

I've done some research on this but I can't find more specific examples to help me with this. I'm new to SOA/Patterns in general please take it easy... :) Can you display an example of using the ...
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ClickHandler for button = strategy pattern? [closed]

If you provide a implementation of a ClickHandler interface to a button (defining some behaviour), is this the strategy design pattern?
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Calling blocking functions and execute code when result is ready, but without callbacks

I am designing an application that has some scripting capabilities: the host application may call the scripts to perform some operations when some events occur. To keep it easy and newbie-friendly, ...
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terms for the html/css/javascript model?

Are there any words for the design model implemented by HTML + CSS + JavaScript, either for that specific set of technologies or any abstract pattern that they follow?
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I have to run certain number of statements (which are executing .exe) in a loop

I have to run certain number of statements (which are executing .exe) in a loop. ForEach(object obj in ListOfVersions) { Step 1: call Exe1 Args=obj.somevalues Log Step 1 completed ...
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How is the Decorator Pattern actually used in practice? [closed]

I understand completely how to implement the Decorator pattern, and I also understand what it's intent is. The Decorator is used in one of two cases: As an alternative to subclassing - when there ...
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Why would you use a design pattern? [closed]

I am doing a bit of research for my paper, and I have a general question to you guys. Consider a design pattern or any commonly accepted, reusable solution for a particular problem. It doesn't have ...
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Singleton: Is Singleton an Anti-Pattern [duplicate]

Was reading an interesting blog post on Singleton design pattern which is so widely used. If it's stupid or as in some quora posts, its an anti-pattern why is it so widely used even in frameworks. ...
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What must one know when approaching web development? [duplicate]

I just started working as a novice Web Developer. I know PHP pretty well, as well as some basic jQuery. Anyway, my boss told me I should explore and learn about MVC, Memcache, Design Patterns, how ...
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Best design for a SQL API - no antlr please [on hold]

As a programming exercise, I'd like to explore creating a simplified sql like api to query csv files. Parsing the files is no problem. My concern is with design. What's the best way to design the SQL ...
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Are version control systems a form of design pattern? [closed]

I'm having some trouble understanding what a design pattern is and isn't, particularly with respect to version control systems like CVS and Git. Is "push, pop, stack" a "design pattern"? If yes, is ...