Design Patterns in C++: Structural - Façade to Proxy
This course will teach you structural type of C++ design patterns like Façade, Flyweight, Null Object, and Proxy.
What you'll learn
C++ design patterns provide general reusable solutions to common problems encountered in software design and development. Structural design patterns in particular help organize different classes and objects to form larger structures and provide new functionality. The challenge with learning design patterns is, even though we understand them well, we often fail to figure out the situation where it can be applicable. This course aims to explain each design pattern with their practical applications. In this course, Design Patterns in C++: Structural - Façade to Proxy, you’ll learn to implement C++ design patterns like Façade, Flyweight, Null Object and Proxy. First, you’ll explore what is the significance of design patterns in C++ programming. Next, you’ll discover some of the prominent structural design patterns like Façade, Flyweight, Null Object, and Proxy. Finally, you’ll learn how these structural design patterns address some of the real life C++ programming challenges. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of the structural design patterns in C++ programming language needed to understand how to ease the design of a software application by identifying simpler ways to realize relationships between classes and objects.