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Patterns - help

 
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Hello All,

Where can i find the good stuff on understanding these patters?

Creational Patterns (5 nos)

1. Factory
2. Abstract Factory
3. Builder
4. Prototype
5. Singleton

Structural Patterns (7 nos)

1. Facade
2. Proxy
3. Adapter
4. Bridge
5. Composite
6. Decorator
7. Flyweight

Behavioural Patterns (11 nos)

1. Chain of Responsibility
2. Strategy
3. Template
4. State
5. Observer
6. Visitor
7. Memento
8. Command
9. Interpreter
10. Iterator
11. Mediator
 
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I guess the first choice would be " Head First Design Patterns" book. I really enjoyed reading that book.

Thanks,
Ugender
 
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u can try this link too

http://www.patterndepot.com/put/8/JavaPatterns.htm
 
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I agree with Ugender. Head First Design Patters is very good
 
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Hi,


Of course, you can always try the original which is also very good:

Design Patterns, Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software
Erich Gamma et.al.

Cheers
Erik
 
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