Chapter 22 Common Compound Design Patterns


Singled out in this chapter are some of the more common and important combinations of the patterns documented in previous chapters. Each such combination is classified as a compound design pattern.

“Compound” vs. “Composite”

A “composite” is generally something that is comprised of interconnected parts. For example, you could legitimately refer to a service composition as a composite of services because the individual parts need to be designed ...

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