• 02 January

    Interface Segregation Principle in java

    In this tutorial, we will learn about Interface Segregation Principle.It is one of the SOLID principles. In simple term, Interface Segregation Principle dictates that client should not be forced to implement the methods which it won’t be able to use.You can always throw UnsupportedOperationException from the method which you don’t want to use but it […]

  • 02 January

    Open Closed Principle in Java

    In this tutorial, we will learn about Open Closed Design Principle in Java.Open closed principle is one of the SOLID principles. Open Closed Design Principle dictates that “software entities (classes, modules, functions, etc.) should be open for extension, but closed for modification”. This definition was provided by Bertrand Meyer. Once we have written the class and […]

  • 28 December

    Single Responsibility Principle in Java

    In this tutorial, we will learn about single responsibility principle in java.It is one of SOLID principles and simplest design principle as well. Single responsibility principle dictates that there should be only one reason to change the class.If you have more than one reason to change the class then refactor the class into multiple classes according […]

  • 09 November

    SOLID Principles in Java

    In this post, we will see 5 SOLID Principles in Java. Robert C. Martin gave five objected oriented design principles, and the acronym S.O.L.I.D is used for it. Each letter of this acronym talks about principles in Java. When you use all the principles of S.O.L.I.D in a combined manner, it becomes easier for you […]