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									                   Object Oriented Design Patterns

Target Audience

This one-day workshop explores advanced principles of object-oriented design by
studying key software design patterns used in Eclipse. The patterns are drawn from a
variety of sources and illustrated through examples and case studies available within
Eclipse.

Goal of this Training

   Have a deeper knowledge of the principles of object-oriented design
   Understand the design patterns that are common in Eclipse applications
   Understand how these patterns can help in your Eclipse Application Design

Prerequisites

   Strong knowledge of Eclipse Plugin Development & Java.
   Strong knowledge of object-oriented programming.
   An Understanding of Refactoring, and Unit Testing will be valuable.

Duration and Additional Information

   It is a 1 day Workshop and extends upto 8hrs each
   The format is 80% Lab, 20% Theory


For any further information please feel free to contact us on +91-9483541953 or email us
on reva@ancgrp.com




13/1 Lavender Spring, Maharaja Nagar,Nehru Nagar West, Coimbatore
     Ph No: +91-422-6461778 | Email::training@ancitconsulting.com
Annexure –Table of Contents for OODP Training
1. History, Motivations, and Overview of Design Pattern Principles

2. Understanding How Design Patterns fit into Real Life and Software


3. Understanding How Design Patterns fit into Eclipse

            Core Runtime
               o Extension Object / Extension Interface
               o IAdaptable


            Core Workspace – Resources
               o Traversing Resource Tree – Visitor Pattern
               o Tracking Resource Change – Observer Pattern
               o File System in Workspace – Proxy Pattern


            Standard Widget Toolkit – SWT
                o Layouts – Strategy
                o Event Management – Observer
                o Composing UI – Composite


            JFace – UI Frameworks
                o Viewers – Pluggable Adapters
                o Viewers – Strategy Pattern
                o Actions – Command Pattern


            UI Workbench
                o Persisting UI State – Memento
                o Workbench Services - IAdaptable




13/1 Lavender Spring, Maharaja Nagar,Nehru Nagar West, Coimbatore
     Ph No: +91-422-6461778 | Email::training@ancitconsulting.com

								
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