Dependency inversion principle
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The last of the SOLID principles of class design focuses on class dependencies. It tells you what kinds of things a class should… Expand Components You may find it strange that we would create a component—in this example, UService—that contains nothing but an… Expand This book teaches you all the essential knowledge required to learn and apply time-proven SOLID principles of object-oriented… Expand The potential of aspect-oriented programming to adequately capture crosscutting concerns has yet to be fully realized. For… Expand Database research mainly focuses on forward-moving data flows: source data is subjected to transformations and evolves through… Expand The benefits of defining explicit pointcut interfaces in aspect-oriented applications have been advocated by many. A pointcut… Expand A functional aspect is an aspect that has the semantics of a transformation; it is a function that maps a program to an advised… Expand This paper described DIP (the dependency inversion principle), one of the principles that was obeyed by designer in process of… Expand Phylogeny reconstruction from gene-order data has attracted much attention over the last few years. The two software packages… Expand
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