Design Patterns Playground
This project was made as an attempt to learn GoF's Design Patterns and how to implement it in Swift 2. I might not implement all of them (or at least, the right way), since there's a chance that Swift 3 doesn't have concepts that available in C++ or Smalltalk, which were the main languages of the book.
I tried my best to add UI representations on how the patterns are used (instead of just print logs), and comments about the pattern that accessible from the UI!
How To Use
- Clone / fork this repository.
- Install the pods using
- Open the result
*.xcworkspaceon Xcode 8 or up.
- Run the project in simulator / device.
- Play around a sample.
- Check how it implemented from DesignPatternsPlayground > PatternSampleClasses > (Corresponding Pattern Group) > (Pattern Name).
Here's the list of patterns that currently implemented (and not).
- Abstract Factory
- Factory Method
- Chain of Responsibility
- Template method
- Create comments page functionality
- Add comments on implemented patterns
- Add short description about design pattern in top of README file
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2016 Ricardo Pramana Suranta.
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