Put JavaScript Design Patterns Into Practice



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Course Description

A design pattern is a proven solution to a common software problem. Patterns codify good design principles and facilitate maintainable code that can be worked on by teams. Design patterns are also a way for teams to communicate about the structure and architecture of an application. Patterns are a language that can be used to convey ideas and facilitate discussions.

In this course, Envato Tuts+ instructor Dan Wellman will cover some of the most common and most useful design patterns used in JavaScript. Each pattern will be demonstrated with a standalone example bundled in a JavaScript module.

What You’ll Learn

  • Understand some of the most common and useful design patterns in JavaScript.
  • See examples of each pattern in use.
  • Creational design patterns: the Factory pattern.
  • Behavioural patterns: the Publisher/Subscriber, Strategy, Observer, Chain of Responsibility, Mediator, and Iterator patterns.
  • Structural patterns: the Facade, Decorator, Adapter, Composite, and Proxy patterns.

About the Instructor

Dan Wellman is an author and front-end developer based in the south of England. By day he builds web sites and applications and likes to focus on JavaScript, testing and workflow tools. By night he produces video courses for Envato Tuts+ on a range of mostly front-end focused topics, usually centered around JavaScript. You can check out his website, follow him on Twitter, and see his profile on GitHub.

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