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Oracle Fusion Java Design Patterns

Course code: J012

3 days £1,397.00
+ VAT

This course offers hands-on practical coverage and grounding in the proper use of design patterns in Java.

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Who Should Attend?

Analyst/Designers
Analyst/Programmers
Technicians

Prerequisites

None

Course Contents

The content revolves around the use of object-oriented design patterns, these patterns being applicable to many situations and frameworks in the Java marketplace. The course is built around a central practical application, and can be delivered using either Eclipse or Oracle JDeveloper as the IDE.

Introduction and Web Application Architecture Explained

  • Layering an Application
  • A Logical 3-tier architecture
  • Presentation Tier: MVC Pattern
  • Data Access Tier: Data Access
  • Objects Pattern
  • Business Logic Tier: Using Design Patterns

Design by Patterns

  • Why do we need Patterns?
  • The “Gang of Four”.
  • Common Elements of Object-Oriented Patterns
  • Patterns to Aid Encapsulation, Polymorphism, Loose Coupling, Reuse and Maintainability
  • Refactoring as a Way of Life
  • Why Tests are Important
  • Write to Interfaces and NOT to Implementation
  • Favour Composition over Inheritance

Creational Patterns

  • Replace Constructors with Factory Classes
  • Replace Global with Singleton

Structural Patterns

  • Adapter Pattern to Aid Code Reuse
  • Tree-style Hierarchies with Composite Pattern
  • Adding to Functionality with Decorator Pattern
  • Controlling Object Access with Proxy Pattern

Behavioural Patterns

  • Encapsulate Invocation with Command
  • Loose Coupling with Observer
  • Exposing Collections with Iterator Pattern
  • Controlling Behaviour with StatePattern
  • Strategy: Algorithms as Objects

Putting it All Together

  • Thinking in Patterns
  • Avoid Pattern Overuse
  • Anti-Patterns
  • Refactoring to Patterns
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