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Facade in Swift

Facade is a Conceptual design pattern that provides a simplified (but limited) interface to a complex system of classes, library or framework.

While Facade decreases the overall complexity of the application, it also helps to move unwanted dependencies to one place.

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Usage of the pattern in Swift



Usage examples: The Facade pattern is commonly used in apps written in Swift. It’s especially handy when working with complex libraries and APIs.

Identification: Facade can be recognized in a class that has a simple interface, but delegates most of the work to other classes. Usually, facades manage full life cycle of objects they use.

Facade in Other Languages

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