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QuestionC# GoF Design pattern usage PinmemberGohan_Coder13-Nov-12 8:15 
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AnswerRe: C# GoF Design pattern usage PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon13-Nov-12 22:28 
For websites, I've just MVC and MVVM quite happily. With MVC, I've both done ASP.NET MVC and also used ExtJS, by Sencha, which suits this design well. For web MVVM, I use Knockout.js. As with everything else, I've mixed patterns together, so I've used Factory patterns, observables, lazy patterns, object pools, bridges, composition, adapters, decorators and many other patterns.
 
For desktop apps, I heavily rely on MVVM and the Mediator, along with many of the other patterns I've listed above - and many, many others.
 
The point to understand is, you don't write your application to use a pattern, you use a pattern to support features of your application. In other words, don't try to slavishly use patterns in your application - just use the tools that are necessary to solve the problem at hand. You'll be surprised how many patterns you use on a day to day basis without even knowing it.

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