In the previous article, we had an overview of the definition of design patterns, their categories and their importance in software development. In this article, let’s dive deeper into the first and widely used design pattern called “The Factory Method Pattern”.
In software development, wherever you work, whatever language you are programming in or whatever you’re building, CHANGE is the friend that will be with you always.
With inexperienced developers, they tried to write code that helps their software adapts to these changes temporarily without bothering about the reusable, extendable and maintainable ability of it should the next probable changes occur. This manner of approach leads to their having to spend a lot more time on the maintenance phase. If worst comes to worst, they will have to rebuild the software project they are handling on completely from the beginning. That’s the reason why Design Patterns was born to save the world.