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Java design patterns

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Java design patterns

  1. 1. Design Patterns in JAVA
  2. 2. Design Patterns in JAVABrian Zitzow, @bzitzowWeb Developer, Student, FatherMichael Kirby
  3. 3. Sasiwipa NakdeeTwitter: @lilwipa● Girlfriend● Puts up with me● Feeds me after class● Thank You Sasi!
  4. 4. Design PatternsHuh?
  5. 5. Design PatternsIn software engineering, a design pattern is a generalreusable solution to a commonly occurring problem within agiven context in software design.A design pattern is not a finished design that can betransformed directly into source or machine code. It is adescription or template for how to solve a problem that canbe used in many different situations.Patterns are formalized best practices that theprogrammer must implement themselves in the application.
  6. 6. Before Inserting Data ...H2 db = null;dbUrl = “db://database/location”;dbUser = “username”;dbPass = “password”;// Initialize Database Objectdb = new H2(dbUrl, dbUser, dbPass);db.openConnection();// Insert Data, Query Data, Do Stuffdb.closeConnection();
  7. 7. Every time we want to use the database● Get database credentials● Instantiate a new database object● Open and close database connection
  8. 8. LoopingDirectoryScanner dirScan = new DirectoryScanner();List<File> files = dirScan.getList(dir);for (int i = 0; i < files.size(); i++) {// Instantiate Database// Open Connection// Close Connection}
  9. 9. Looping Overhead● Every iteration requires:– Access to database credentials– New object with every iteration– Open & Close the resource
  10. 10. Looping Overhead ExampleSuperD (File Duplication Checker)● 52,000+ Database Connections● 8GB of RAM used● System Locked● Application Crashed
  11. 11. Looping Overhead – Solved!DirectoryScanner dirScan = new DirectoryScanner();List<File> files = dirScan.getList(dir);// Instantiate Database// Open Connectionfor (int i = 0; i < files.size(); i++) {// Insert & Query Stuff}// Close Connection
  12. 12. What about multiple files?Public Class UserFiles{// Database Credentials// Instantiate Database// Open Connection// Close Connection}Public class DupeChecker{// Database Credentials// Instantiate Database// Open Connection// Close Connection}
  13. 13. What about multiple files?● Duplicate Code (load credentials every time)● Multiple instances of same object– Instantiate an open resource multiple times isresource intensive● Could inject into objects– Creates object dependencies AKA coupling– Adds to object complexity● Contributors (are drunk, stressed, naïve,resentful or otherwise unaware and)instantiate Database objects within the loops.
  14. 14. Solution?
  15. 15. The Singleton Pattern
  16. 16. The Singleton PatternEnsures a class has only one instance, andprovides a global point of access to it.All further references to objects of the singletonclass refer to the same underlying instance.
  17. 17. The Singleton PatternWithout Pattern:H2 db = null;dbUrl = “db://database/location”;dbUser = “username”;dbPass = “password”;// Initialize Database Objectdb = new H2(dbUrl, dbUser, dbPass);db.openConnection();// Insert Data, Query Data, Do Stuffdb.closeConnection();With Pattern:Database.getInstance().execute(sql);Database.getInstance().closeConnection();
  18. 18. How does it work?● Private Constructor● Static Method● Static Property
  19. 19. Private ConstructorPublic Class Database{private Database() {}}
  20. 20. Private Constructor● Object cannot be instantiated outside itself● Weird, right?● Can never, ever have more than one instance● What about the first instance?
  21. 21. Static MethodPublic Class Database{Public static H2 getInstance() {}}
  22. 22. Static Method● Public - can be accessed anywhere● Static - can be accessed w/out instantiation● Checks if instance of object exists– If true : return instance– If false: instantiate, assign, and return
  23. 23. Static PropertyPublic Class Database{private static H2 uniqueInstance;}
  24. 24. Static Property● Private - can only be set within the class● Static - static methods cannot accessinstance variables. They can, however, accessclass variables aka static properties.
  25. 25. The SingletonPublic Class Database{private static H2 uniqueInstance;public static H2 getInstance() {if (uniqueInstance == null) {this.uniqueInstance = new Database();this.uniqueInstance.openConncetion();}return this.uniqueInstance;}private Database() {}}
  26. 26. The SingletonDatabase.getInstance().execute(sql);Database.getInstance().closeConnection();
  27. 27. The Singleton● Only one instance can ever be created● Global access point, static method()● Contributors can safely use in or out of loopGotchas:● Multi-Threading, tweak it slightly :)
  28. 28. THANK YOUThank YouThank You

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