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Quel patron de conception dois je utiliser si je veux reduire ma dependendance vis-a-vis des plates formes logicielles et materielles sous jacentes?
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What design pattern should I use if I want to reduce my dependendance vis-a-vis software platforms and material underlying?
Can anyone tell me with example?
Posted 18-Dec-12 11:11am
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 18-Dec-12 19:35pm
No, I don't think so. It depends. And design patterns themselves do not solve the problem where a brain is needed.
Krunal Rohit at 18-Dec-12 21:27pm
Design Pattern contains solutions to solve the general problems in business environment...
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 19-Dec-12 4:04am
And? What you say is not 100% accurate: they are generally somewhat more universal than that, and yet, they are not fundamental concepts, more of a practical design and architectural templates. And I see from practice that they are often abused and misused.

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Design pattern – Inversion of control and Dependency injection[^]
That's a good article on the topic.
What I sometimes do, is to wrap service providers in a singleton, which I then can call static.
Singleton Pattern in Java[^]

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