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Julien Lange (作者)
his book shows you how to use Swift 2 to learn about 23 Gang of Four (GoF) design patterns, and is organized into three categories. The book will present you the five creational patterns, followed by the seven structural patterns, and finishing with the 11 behavioral patterns as defined by the GoF. Each chapter will introduce the pattern by defining its role, which common problems the pattern should be used for, its generic UML representation, how each objects presented in the class diagram participate in the pattern, and what the role of each of these objects is. The book then presents you with a concrete case as an illustration that will be used to implement the pattern using Swift.


  • 书  名Swift设计模式
  • 执行编辑关于本书的内容有任何问题,请联系 朱巍
  • 页  数224
  • 印刷方式黑白
  • 开  本16开
  • 出版状态正在翻译
  • 原书名Swift 2 Design Patterns
  • 原书号9781785887611


Build robust and scalable iOS and Mac OS X game applications




Julien Lange is a 34-year-old IT expert in software engineering. He started developing on an Amstrad CPC464 with the BASIC language when he was 7 years old. He later learned Visual Basic 3/4, then VB.NET, and then C#. For several years until the end of his education, he developed and maintained several e-business websites based on PHP and ASP.NET. After his graduation, he continued to learn more and more about software, which included software architecture and project management, and always tried to acquire new skills. Since 2011, he has been working as an IT project manager on the lead management middleware of DSI Axa France (a French insurance company). This middleware is based on the SOA architecture. As this middleware is consumed by frontend users exposed on the Internet, performance is the top priority each time he delivers a new release of the system. Scalability and robustness are really important in his everyday work. He first developed an interest in mobile development in 2009. After discovering the massive potential of iPhone games and software, he decided to find an improved game engine, which would allow him to concentrate only on the main purpose of a game: developing a game and not a game engine. His choice was Unity 3D. Later, he took some time to learn the native iOS Objective-C language, which was quite difficult for him due to its language particularity and finally learned Swift since its first apparition in 2014. In addition to his main work as an IT consultant, he created iXGaming.com in December 2010. He currently has several projects in mind, including a game based on a French board game and a new website that delivers new services to developers. He is searching for a few partners to work with.