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Expert blogging on .net & technologies | read, learn, share and promote Expert blogging on .net & technologies read, learn, share and promote Log in Home Archive Contact Subscribe Filter by APML [X] Asp.Net 4.0 - Custom Output Caching Provider (Design Patterns in Action) Desing Patterns in Action Today we will develop a custom output caching provider in 4.0. In .net framework 4.0 microsoft has emphasized on provider model for pluggable development. The provider model in .net 4.0 has been used and promoted extensively. Developers can write their custom provider for logging, membership, caching, viewstate without affecting the existing application and plug that up with just configuration changes. I will try to show this by writing custom file based output caching for 4.0 application. There may be scenario where memory based caching is expensive, so we can make use of provider model and write our own custom output caching. Let's start- 1. Create a C# Library Project 2. Add reference to System.Web dll More... Tags: Provider Design Pattern, Custom Caching Provider, Custom File Based Caching Provider, Design Pattern, C# Design Pattern, Design Patterns in .Net Framework 4.0, Design Patterns in Action Asp.Net 4 | C# | Custom Provider | Design pattern | Microsoft.Net | Technical Submit to DotNetKicks... Comments C# Abstract Factory Pattern - Design Patterns in Action Abstract Factory Design Pattern We have already seen about factory method design pattern. abstract factory is about grouping similar family of factory pattern and providing abstract layering for them. The main motto of abstract factory design pattern is "Provide an interface for creating families of related or dependent objects without specifying their concrete classes." as specified in GoF. Below are the main members of this design pattern: AbstractFactory - An interface with Get operations for each of the abstract products Factory1, Factory2 - Implementations of all the AbstractFactory creation operations AbstractProduct - An interface for a kind of product with its own operations ProductA1, ProductA2, ProductB1, ProductB2 - Classes that implement the AbstractProduct interface and define product objects to be created by the corresponding factories Client - A class that accesses only the AbstractFactory and AbstractProduct interfaces More... Tags: C# Design Pattern, Design Patterns in .Net Framework 4.0, Design Pattern, Design Patterns in Action, Abstract Factory Design Pattern Abstract factory | C# | Design pattern Submit to DotNetKicks... Comments C# Factory Pattern - Design Patterns in Action Factory Method Pattern Factory method pattern is a very light weight pattern. It is used in the scenarios where we do not want the client directly refer to the concrete classes for object instantiation, rather we handover the responsibility to a "Creator" class which will be instantiating the appropriate object based on the client requirement and thus centralizing the code of object creation. And client deals with interface instead of concrete classes. Factory method is also termed as "Virtual Constructor" in C++. Intent & Motivation of Factory Pattern: "Define an interface for creating an object, but let subclasses decide which class to instantiate." Since library knows when an object needs to be created, but not what kind of object is going to be created. As this is specific to the application it can use the Factory Method. Factory pattern is used when: Flexibility is important. Objects can be extended in subclasses There is a specific reason why one subclass would be chosen over another. This logic forms part of the Factory Method. We can think of below scenarios where Factory method pattern can be implemented: Set upa system to draw circles, squares, and lines. Create a Factory Method that instantiates one of these classes at random and uses it to draw a shape of random size on the screen. Run the program to see what interesting shapes you get. A company has a web site to display test results from a plain text file. The company recently purchased a new computer that produces a binary data file, and it has another new machine on the way that will possibly produce a different data file. The company is also considering switching to an XML format. Write a system to deal with such changes. The web site just needs data to display; your job is to provide the specified data format for the web site. We have list of movies categorized into genre. Client wants to get the specific genre movies. Here client can deal with movie interface and based on his parameter passed to FactoryMethod he will get the list of movies. So let us work on the 3rd movie list example. More... Tags: design pattern, patterns in action, c# factory method design pattern C# | Design pattern | Factory pattern Submit to DotNetKicks... Comments C# Singleton Design Pattern - Design Patterns in Action Singleton Design Pattern This pattern is used where only one instance of the object is required and shared among all the clients. The same instance is maintained throughout the entire life cycle of the class object. This is not handled by the client code rather it is the responsibility of the class to make sure that only one intsance exists throughout all the client calls. So how this is possible? If I have access to the class I can create as many instances by just using new. That is not true. If I make the constructor private, I can not create object using new. But then how I will get the object? This is further done by exposing a public static GetInstance (you can give it any meaningful name) method/property. A private static variable of the Singleton Class type is defined and intantiated in the private static constructor of the class. So when a call occurs to the GetInstance method this same static object is returned. Also as best practice it is ensured that private static instance variable is instantiated only when it is required. Also there exist thread safe version of this Singleton Class by putting a lock while instantiating the class object. We also mark singleton class as sealed to make it more safe, so that no subclass can attempt to intantiate and get more that one instance. Singleton Advantages: It makes sure that only one instance of the class exists Can get access to data in this class from anywhere Singleton Disadvantages: Acts like global variable Can cause methods to have unintended and unintefied side effects due to data sharing via state in the singleton Steps to implement Singleton Pattern: Make constructor private Add a private static object which will be internally instantiate using the private static constructor Add a public static property which will return the instance of the class More... Tags: Design Pattern, Design Patterns in Action, Singleton Design Pattern, Sealed Class Uses Design pattern | Singleton Submit to DotNetKicks... Comments C# Decorator Pattern - Design Patterns in Action Decorator Design Pattern What is De... Whois

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