Adapter Structural Design Pattern – JAVA

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  • 00:00 What is the UML diagram for the Adapter Design Pattern?
  • 01:15 Why use the Adapter Object Oriented Design Pattern?
  • 05:40 What is the main functionality of the method implementations in the concrete adapter classes in the Adapter pattern?
  • 07:40 What is an example of using the adapter pattern in Java?
  • 09:19 What is another name of the Adapter Object Oriented Design Pattern?
  • 09:28 What type of pattern is the Adapter Object Oriented Design Pattern?
  • 09:40 What is an alternative to the Adapter Interface in the Adapter Pattern?
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Composite Structural Design Pattern – JAVA

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  • 00:00 When is the Composite Pattern used?
  • 00:30 What is the UML diagram for the Composite Object Oriented Design Pattern?
  • 01:05 What does composite & leaf classes in the composite pattern extend from?
  • 01:35 What does all composite classes in the composite pattern extend from?
  • 01:45 What is a composite object in the composite pattern?
  • 02:50 What is a leaf class in the composite pattern?
  • 06:40 How is the parent of an object retrieve & set in the composite pattern?
  • 07:25 How is a child object added, removed, or retrieved from a composite?

Proxy Structural Design Pattern – JAVA

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  • 00:00 What is the UML diagram of the Proxy Pattern?
  • 01:00 What is an example of the proxy pattern usage in Java?
  • 02:05 What is a remote proxy?
  • 02:15 How is an RMI stub generated?
  • 02:50 What are the characteristics of the proxy pattern?
  • 03:15 What is the benefit of a remote proxy?
  • 03:55 What is the benefit of a virtual proxy?
  • 04:10 What are some variations of the proxy pattern?
  • 05:50 What ia a Java RMI Skeleton?

Flyweight Design Pattern

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  • 00:00 What is a bad way of writing a simple word processor application & why?
  • 05:35 Why use the flyweight pattern?
  • 06:20 How to use the flyweight pattern to write a word processor application?
  • 08:43 What does the flyweight pattern do?
  • 08:55 What are extrinsic features of a class & how are they handled in the flyweight pattern?
  • 10:15 What are intrinsic features of a class & how are they handled in the flyweight pattern?
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  • 00:00 What is the UML diagram of the Flyweight Pattern?
  • 01:25 What is an example where the Flyweight Pattern is applicable?
  • 02:33 What are intrinsic versus extrinsic characteristics?
  • 03:40 What is the UML diagram of an example where the Flyweight Pattern is applicable?
  • 07:00 Why use the Flyweight Pattern?
  • 07:43 When to use the Flyweight Pattern?

Facade Object Oriented Design Pattern

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  • 00:00 What is the UML diagram of the facade Design Pattern?
  • 00:40 What is tight coupling, and how does it relates to the facade pattern?
  • 01:45 How can the facade pattern be used with JDBC?
  • 04:20 Why use the facade pattern?
  • 07:20 How to build systems that easier to evolve, maintain, and test?

Decorator Object Oriented Design Pattern

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  • 00:00 What is the UML diagram of the decorator design pattern?
  • 00:25 What problem does the decorator pattern solve?
  • 01:10 What is an example where the decorator pattern is implemented?
  • 02:00 What are the characteristics of the decorator pattern?
  • 03:12 How is the EJBObject related to the decorator pattern?
  • 03:25 What is the class hierarchy of an EJB?
  • 04:30 What is the remote client view of an EJB?
  • 05:10 What is the relationship between EJB, remote interface, & EJBObject?
  • 06:55 Why does a EJB bean class not implement it’s remote interface?
  • 09:10 What type of patterns is the decorator pattern?

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