Search - Articles
DevASP.NET for ASP.NET, VB.NET, XML and C# (C-Sharp) Developers Friday, August 18, 2017

Dev Articles
Search Directory
ASP.NET
VB.Net
C-Sharp
SQL Server
 


Home > Search > Articles & Samples > ASP.NET 2.0 > Design and Architecture
Bridge Design Pattern    Version: 0.00       Price: $0.00   
Total Hits: 138  |  Today: 0 Author: DevLake       Rating:  
Read Reviews | Write Review | Your Rating: 

The bridge design pattern allows you to separate the abstraction from the implementation. In the bridge pattern, there are 2 parts - the first part is the Abstraction, and the second part is the Implementation. The bridge pattern allows the Abstraction and the Implementation to be developed independently, and the client code can access only the Abstraction part without being concerned about the Implementation part.


What's New at DevASP.Net
04/23  A Debug Stopwatch
04/23  The virtual bool bug
04/23  Application.EnableVisualStyles Bu..
04/23  The Process Async Reader Bug
04/23  Load a DBF into a DataTable
04/23  Weird Error: Unable to Validate D..
04/23  ASP.NET and jQuery to the Max
04/23  Fixing Error: "SetConfigurationSe..
04/23  Generics in .NET
04/23  Builder Design Pattern
04/23  Abstract Factory Design Pattern
04/23  Prototype Design Pattern
04/23  Bridge Design Pattern
04/23  Composite Design Pattern
04/23  Decorator Design Pattern
04/23  Validation in .NET Framework 4
04/23  Windows Phone 7: How to Encrypt C..
04/23  Text box to accept only number
04/23  Using the Raw Input API to Proces..
04/23  Study EVM (Earned Value Managemen..

DevASP.Net - Disclaimer - Privacy
2002-2010 DevASP.net