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Structural Design Patterns in Kotlin

by Kevin Jones

Patterns are the fundamental design and communication toolkit of programmers. This course will teach you the classic Gang of Four structural patterns with implementations in Kotlin.

What you'll learn

Patterns are the common language of software developers. In this course, Structural Design Patterns in Kotlin, you will learn 'Gang of Four' structural design patterns. First, you will explore why you should use patterns in your code. Then, you will dive into the patterns: Adapter, Bridge, Composite, Decorator, Facade, Flyweight, and Proxy. Finally, you will learn to build code examples of each pattern in Kotlin. By the end of this course, you will understand the structural design patterns as outlined by the Gang of Four, and know how to implement them in Kotlin and use them in your code.

About the author

A long time ago in a university far, far away Kevin fell in love with programming. Initially on the university's DEC20 computer doing BASIC and Pascal and a little bit of Fortran. His first job had him writing batch PL/1 on an IBM mainframe where he also discovered the arcane delights of JCL. He soon realized the multiuser systems were not for him after discovering the delights of dBase IV on IBM PCs. From here it was all downhill as he became addicted to C and the Windows API. Just missing out ... more

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