Visual Basic Design Patterns
Publisher: Wiley
Final Release Date: July 2005
Pages: 564

Whether you're new to software patterns or a veteran, you'll find this catalog can help you every day

Software patterns are timesavers and problem-solvers. While new patterns are continually being discovered, those already articulated are as valuable in helping programmers identify emerging patterns as they are to the software development process. This book covers some of the best-known design patterns in Visual Basic and introduces more than two dozen additional ones. You'll learn how to write your own patterns in Visual Basic .NET, how UML is used to document patterns, and where design patterns should not be used. Most important, you'll see how to apply these patterns in real-world situations.

Explore a variety of Visual Basic design patterns

  • Fundamental patterns, applicable to a wide assortment of situations and usable in other patterns
  • Patterns that organize the creation of objects in different situations
  • Patterns that use a divide-and-conquer approach to problem-solving
  • Patterns that describe ways to combine objects into different sorts of structures
  • Patterns that describe different ways of organizing behavior
  • Patterns for managing concurrency

Go to for a synopsis of the patterns discussed in the book, UML models, code samples, and links to appropriate software downloads

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