Design Patterns in Rust
Note: This used to be a repository for design patterns in Python, it is in the process of being converted over into Rust.
Implementation of various design patterns in a new and exciting language called Rust.
These are supposed to be simple examples to not only illustrate the design pattern, but to make it easier to remember.
To learn about a given pattern, open up the source code. All of the patterns are defined in the patterns directory.
To run a given pattern, just run it like this:
# Be in the repository $ cd design-patterns/ # Run the Adapter pattern $ make adapter
Be sure to take a look at the list of patterns.
Also included is the complete list of Design Principles listed in the book, Head First Design Patterns, from order of introduction. It is a great resource that reminds one on some very important principles when it comes to software design.
All of the patterns can be found in the patterns directory.
To learn about a given pattern, just navigate to the [documentation][docs] page for the design patterns.
Each design pattern will have:
- A definition
- List of alternative names (if the pattern has any)
- A common problem the pattern solves
- A wrong solution
- A correct solution using the pattern
- Sources used for the pattern for continued reading