Recent learning fragmentation

Six principles of object-oriented design

(Reference) Six principles of object-oriented design _fblog CSDN blog _object-oriented design principles)

  • 1. Single function principle, a class can change for only one reason
  • 2. The opening and closing principle is open to expansion and closed to modification
  • 3. Richter replacement principle: for a class, in the software, replace the parent class with its child class, and the behavior of the program does not change
  • 4. The principle of dependency switching, "design should rely on abstraction rather than concretization", and think with abstraction
  • 5. Interface isolation principle: large interfaces are broken up into multiple small interfaces and decoupled
  • 6. According to the Demeter principle, an object should know as few other objects as possible, and the object should contain as few other objects as possible

Room database (error records made during use)

        The id value returned when insert ing data is not assigned to the data source list, resulting in an error when the newly created data is modified and deleted immediately, because the modification and deletion of room database are based on id

Use of TabLayout+ViewPager (Reference) Tablayout uses complete solutions, one is enough - simple book)

         Tablayout inherits from HorizontalScrollView and is used as a page switching indicator. It is widely used in App because of its simple use and powerful function.

Common attributes:

app:tabIndicatorColor : Indicates the color of the line
app:tabIndicatorHeight : Indicates the height of the line
app:tabSelectedTextColor :  tab Font color when selected
app:tabMode="scrollable" :  The default is fixed´╝îchangeless; scrollable: Scrollable

  Singleton mode: this mode involves a single class, which is responsible for creating its own objects and ensuring that only a single object is created. This class provides a way to access its unique object, which can be accessed directly without instantiating the object of this class.

Implementation of singleton mode in kotlin (Reference) Five singleton modes under Kotlin - brief book)

  • Hungry Han style
    • //Java implementation
      public class SingletonDemo {
          private static SingletonDemo instance=new SingletonDemo();
          private SingletonDemo(){
      
          }
          public static SingletonDemo getInstance(){
              return instance;
          }
      }
      //Kotlin implementation
      object SingletonDemo
  • Lazy style
    • //Java implementation
      public class SingletonDemo {
          private static SingletonDemo instance;
          private SingletonDemo(){}
          public static SingletonDemo getInstance(){
              if(instance==null){
                  instance=new SingletonDemo();
              }
              return instance;
          }
      }
      //Kotlin implementation
      class SingletonDemo private constructor() {
          companion object {
              private var instance: SingletonDemo? = null
                  get() {
                      if (field == null) {
                          field = SingletonDemo()
                      }
                      return field
                  }
              fun get(): SingletonDemo{
              //Careful friends must have found that getInstance is not used as the method name here because there is a getInstance method inside when the associated object is declared, so you can only use other names
               return instance!!
              }
          }
      }
  • Thread safe lazy
    • //Java implementation
      public class SingletonDemo {
          private static SingletonDemo instance;
          private SingletonDemo(){}
          public static synchronized SingletonDemo getInstance(){//Use sync lock
              if(instance==null){
                  instance=new SingletonDemo();
              }
              return instance;
          }
      }
      //Kotlin implementation
      class SingletonDemo private constructor() {
          companion object {
              private var instance: SingletonDemo? = null
                  get() {
                      if (field == null) {
                          field = SingletonDemo()
                      }
                      return field
                  }
              @Synchronized
              fun get(): SingletonDemo{
                  return instance!!
              }
          }
      
      }
  • Double check lock
    • //Java implementation
      public class SingletonDemo {
          private volatile static SingletonDemo instance;
          private SingletonDemo(){} 
          public static SingletonDemo getInstance(){
              if(instance==null){
                  synchronized (SingletonDemo.class){
                      if(instance==null){
                          instance=new SingletonDemo();
                      }
                  }
              }
              return instance;
          }
      }
      //kotlin implementation
      class SingletonDemo private constructor() {
          companion object {
              val instance: SingletonDemo by lazy(mode = LazyThreadSafetyMode.SYNCHRONIZED) {
              SingletonDemo() }
          }
      }
  • Static inner class
    • //Java implementation
      public class SingletonDemo {
          private static class SingletonHolder{
              private static SingletonDemo instance=new SingletonDemo();
          }
          private SingletonDemo(){
              System.out.println("Singleton has loaded");
          }
          public static SingletonDemo getInstance(){
              return SingletonHolder.instance;
          }
      }
      //kotlin implementation
      class SingletonDemo private constructor() {
          companion object {
              val instance = SingletonHolder.holder
          }
      
          private object SingletonHolder {
              val holder= SingletonDemo()
          }
      
      }

Tags: Android

Posted on Sun, 24 Oct 2021 08:28:07 -0400 by Qlubbie