The Gang of Four Design Patterns Simplified: All the 23 design patterns explained in simple language with use cases and java code.

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The Gang of Four Design Patterns are often hard to get .

This book provides an easier explanation of all the 23 design patterns with use cases implemented in Java and with link to GitHub.

Topics covered:

Creational :

Deals with how to create objects.

Singleton – Create a single instance of an object.

Prototype– Use an existing object by cloning it.

Factory Method – Delegate creation of an object to another object.

Abstract Factory – Delegate creation of a group of related objects to another object.

Builder – Delegate creation of a complex object to another object.


Deals with how to structure objects.

Adapter – Make two incompatible interfaces work together.

Bridge – Separate abstraction and implementation.

Composite – Treat part-whole hierarchy the same way.

Decorator – Add responsibilities to an object dynamically.

Facade – Provide a single interface for a group of related operations.

Flyweight – Reuse objects than creating new ones.

Proxy – Protect access to an object.


Deals with how to communicate between objects.

Chain of Responsibility – Allow different objects to carry out a responsibility.

Command – Encapsulate requests as separate objects.

Mediator – Act as a broker for communication between objects.

Template – Provide basic template of an algorithm to implement.

Strategy – Encapsulate different algorithms using separate objects which can be chosen at run time.

State – Encapsulate state specific behavior in a separate object.

Observer – Intimate group of objects when a change occurs.

Memento – Allow to revert an object’s state.

Iterator – Provide a generic way to iterate through collection of objects.

Interpreter – Represent a grammar using an object.

Visitor – Add new responsibilities to an object without changing its existing behavior.

Note : The original book by the Gang of Four was referred for these posts.

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