The Single Responsibility Principle states that each module in a system should be responsible for a single feature or functionality, or aggregation of cohesive functionality. Another common way to put it is to say that each module should have only one reason to change.

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Explain ServiceLocator pattern of ZF2

I am looking at this example: http://framework.zend.com/manual/current/en/user-guide/database-and-models.html Relevant excerpt from above: class AlbumController { public function ...
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Injecting data processing logic into class

I want find more elegant and appreciate way to inject processors into CommandProcessorDispatcher class. Or it can be another one solution (the goal is separate each command processing logic to ...
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Is this function violating Single Resp Principle?

public function obtenerColumna($delimitador='', $columna=0, $incluirRepetidos=false, $eliminarEspaciosAdyacentes=true, $filaDesde=0, $filaHasta=0) It obtains a column from a set of records ...
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Does RaceDataFacade violate the single responsibility principle?

I have heard, that each class should always just be responsible for a single purpose, otherwise you should rethink your design. So here are the concerned classes: WebSocketController: provides ...
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SRP in MVVM's ViewModel

I have a question about Single Responsibility Principle in MVVM. I'd like to create a group of views for Warehouse Mgmt. Software. They would be connected to properties from my document which should ...