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comment Is this “anti-pattern” and should I stop using it or is this clever design?
thx never heard of AngularJS. But I think for my current needs it is too much.
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comment Is this “anti-pattern” and should I stop using it or is this clever design?
What do you mean by "random JS"? In my case what you are describing above is a lot more complex what I have (a few input fields and a table (slickgrid) or jquery ui tabs). That is it. About 200 LOC per page.
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comment Is this “anti-pattern” and should I stop using it or is this clever design?
Can you specifically elaborate whats you think is bad? Context: This isn't a 10 Mio LOC beast which is business critical. It's more like < 5000 LOC and doesn't matter if it doesn't work for a couple of days. Yes, that doesn't been i should do crappy stuff, hence elaborte what you think is so bad.
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comment OOP Design: relationship between entity classes
I will look into this The composite pattern theoretically works. However I need to be able to query (know the exact path to structure)) any "Containable" a developer will create using the preexisting "Search class". I use querydsl and it does not work with composite pattern.
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comment OOP Design: relationship between entity classes
Well that is the question, how should the class diagramm look (which pattern to use) so I can achieve what I want.
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