The SOLID principle
SOLID is short for basic five principles of OOP, which was introduced in the early 2000s and adopted widely in the software industry. When these principles are combined together, a programmer can create an application that will be easy to maintain and can be extended over time.
The SOLID abbreviation is defined as follows:
- S: Single responsibility principle
- O: Open closed principle
- L: Liskov substitution principle
- I: Interface segregation principle
- D: Dependency inversion principle
The single responsibility principle (SRP)
This states that a class should have only one reason to change it, and this means, it should have a single job.
If we can write code for multiple functionalities in a class, it doesn't mean that we should. Smaller ...