About this book
Object-oriented programming (OOP) and design patterns are not new to the field, but can often be overlooked in their value. They are, at times, not only overwhelming to learn, but difficult to put into practice. However, they are useful because they create a structure that can be broken down, rebuilt, and reused.
- Provides the building blocks required for the implementation of OOP
- Addresses problems and concerns regarding OOP
- Offers solutions on how to approach and utilize OOP