We all learn about design patterns from our university times. And we get to use them in various implementations in our projects and if we are lucky enough, get to really apply them after school as well. There are many resources about design patterns, and many of them are described using programming languages like Java or C++. When I stumbledupon a article describing the design patterns in a JS perspective, it immediately grabbed my attention.
This book is very thorough, just the way I like it. It doesn’t have the best and attractive use of language, but it does get the big point across. Although I have been aware of design patterns and had been using them in my work, I didn’t get the comfortable hang of it as much as I liked to. It would be really cool as a software developer to know about the design patterns and just come up with solutions using them instantly as the need requires, isn’t it? But that’s a perfect scenario. I have been reading this book for a while now, and realize now that it’s ideas needs to be shared. In the coming JS design pattern series of posts I will strive by the best of my ability to describe the patterns in it with my analysis.