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Object-oriented (OO) is about "classes" not "objects". But I truly believe that "objects" deserve more our attentions. If you agree, read more on... Dynamic Object Programming (DOP), Component-Based Object Extender (CBO Extender), AOP Container and Dynamic Decorator Pattern.

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Gary lives in southeast Michigan. My first programming language is FORTRAN. For the last a few years, I have primarily focused on .NET technologies with Mobile Development as my newest interest.

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GeneralGeneric Dynamic Decorator [modified] Pin
Gary H Guo21-Jul-11 4:42
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GeneralPerformance of Dynamic Decorator [modified] Pin
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GeneralAspects to Object vs Aspects to Class [modified] Pin
Gary H Guo12-Jan-11 10:03
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GeneralDecorator Pattern That Doesn't Need Decorator Classes Pin
Gary H Guo7-Oct-10 17:59
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Using the GoF Decorator Pattern, you can add additional functionality to a particular object without subclassing its class. However, you do need to create decorator class or classes at source code level. For each type of object, you need an abstract base decorator class, one or more concrete decorator classes. Imagine that you apply the Decorator Pattern to several of different types of objects. You will end up to have a lot of decorator classes. That may result in tremendous maintenance efforts when requrirements evolve. It may involve modifying, compiling, testing, deploying and supporting these decorator classes.

The Dynmaic Decorator Pattern solves the same problem as the GoF Decorator Pattern without the need of source code level decorator classes: add additional functionality to a particular object at runtime without subclassing. It achieves this by taking a different route: it uses .NET proxy technology to intercept method calls and attach the additional functionality along the way dynamically at runtime.

The Dynamic Decorator can be used to add extra functionality to any types of objects and treats them in the same way. The types can be your custom types, .NET Framework types, or third party types. Actually, it is type-oblivious. It can be cast to any type. It resolves to a specific type when it is used to make a method call at runtime.

The Dynamic Decorator is a general purpose solution for adding extra functionality to object at runtime. It is not limited to some particular types.
GeneralNo More ContextBoundObject‚ÄŹ [modified] Pin
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GeneralHistory of Dynamic Decorator [modified] Pin
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GeneralPublish experience on codeproject Pin
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Generaltest blog Pin
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