Design Patterns 🚀🧩

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Design Patterns are ways of solving different problems we face while designing software solutions. Having too many if/else conditions? Need to implement multiple ways of initializing objects? Writing too many parsers? There's probably a design pattern to help you structure your code elegantly!

An important thing to note though, is that design patterns are but a set of blueprints/recommendations. They are not exact solutions to problems. Rather, they are a concepts/conventions to follow in your code.

In this repository, I have curated a list of design patterns that may help you in your projects!

These patterns are implemented in go. However, with each pattern, I have included a readme file containing the detailed description of the pattern. Hence, you should comfortably be able to implement this in any coding language 🤘🏽


  1. Factory pattern
  2. Abstract Factory pattern
  3. Builder Pattern
  4. Adapter Pattern
  5. Bridge Pattern
  6. Decorator Pattern
  7. Facade Pattern
  8. Flyweight Pattern
  9. Chain of responsibility


Design Patterns

common creational, behavioural and structural patterns implemented in go 🤩

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