Applying Software Design Principles3:26 with James Churchill
In this video, we’ll learn about software design principles and how we can use them to improve the overall code quality of our controller.
The “Separation of Concerns” and “Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY)” design principles are just two of many design principles. Here are some additional design principles.
- Single Responsibility Principle
- Principle of Least Knowledge
- Minimize Large Design Upfront
- You Ain't Going to Need It
Here’s a page on MSDN that touches upon some of the key principles of software design.
SOLID is a mnemonic acronym that stands for the five basic design principles of object-oriented programming. This a fairly advanced concept, but it’s instructive on how these design principles can be used together.
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