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Refactoring to Patterns
By Joshua Kerievsky
 
Publisher : Addison Wesley
Pub Date : August 05, 2004
ISBN : 0-321-21335-1
Pages : 400


    Copyright
    Advance Praise for Refactoring to Patterns
    The Addison-Wesley Signature Series
      The Addison-Wesley Signature Series Signers: Kent Beck and Martin Fowler
    Foreword
    Foreword
    Preface
      What Is This Book About?
      What Are the Goals of This Book?
      Who Should Read This Book?
      What Background Do You Need?
      How to Use This Book
      The History of This Book
      Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
      Acknowledgments
       Chapter 1.  Why I Wrote This Book
      Over-Engineering
      The Patterns Panacea
      Under-Engineering
      Test-Driven Development and Continuous Refactoring
      Refactoring and Patterns
      Evolutionary Design
       Chapter 2.  Refactoring
      What Is Refactoring?
      What Motivates Us to Refactor?
      Many Eyes
      Human-Readable Code
      Keeping It Clean
      Small Steps
      Design Debt
      Evolving a New Architecture
      Composite and Test-Driven Refactorings
      The Benefits of Composite Refactorings
      Refactoring Tools
       Chapter 3.  Patterns
      What Is a Pattern?
      Patterns Happy
      There Are Many Ways to Implement a Pattern
      Refactoring to, towards, and away from Patterns
      Do Patterns Make Code More Complex?
      Pattern Knowledge
      Up-Front Design with Patterns
       Chapter 4.  Code Smells
      Duplicated Code
      Long Method
      Conditional Complexity
      Primitive Obsession
      Indecent Exposure
      Solution Sprawl
      Alternative Classes with Different Interfaces
      Lazy Class
      Large Class
      Switch Statements
      Combinatorial Explosion
      Oddball Solution
       Chapter 5.  A Catalog of Refactorings to Patterns
      Format of the Refactorings
      Projects Referenced in This Catalog
      A Starting Point
      A Study Sequence
       Chapter 6.  Creation
      Replace Constructors with Creation Methods
      Move Creation Knowledge to Factory
      Encapsulate Classes with Factory
      Introduce Polymorphic Creation with Factory Method
      Encapsulate Composite with Builder
      Inline Singleton
       Chapter 7.  Simplification
      Compose Method
      Replace Conditional Logic with Strategy
      Move Embellishment to Decorator
      Replace State-Altering Conditionals with State
      Replace Implicit Tree with Composite
      Replace Conditional Dispatcher with Command
       Chapter 8.  Generalization
      Form Template Method
      Extract Composite
      Replace One/Many Distinctions with Composite
      Replace Hard-Coded Notifications with Observer
      Unify Interfaces with Adapter
      Extract Adapter
      Replace Implicit Language with Interpreter
       Chapter 9.  Protection
      Replace Type Code with Class
      Limit Instantiation with Singleton
      Introduce Null Object
       Chapter 10.  Accumulation
      Move Accumulation to Collecting Parameter
      Move Accumulation to Visitor
       Chapter 11.  Utilities
      Chain Constructors
      Unify Interfaces
      Extract Parameter
       Afterword
    References
       Inside Front Cover
      List of Refactorings
      Refactoring Directions
       Inside Back Cover
      Code Smells
      A Study Sequence

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Refactoring to Patterns (The Addison-Wesley Signature Series)
Refactoring to Patterns
ISBN: 0321213351
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 103

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