SOLID architecture principles in C# by examples — MTech Coder


SOLID principles are design principles that help to create robust, scalable and maintainable software architecture. SOLID is an acronym which stands for: S – SRP (Single responsibility principle) O – OCP (Open closed principle) L – LSP (Liskov substitution principle) I – ISP ( Interface segregation principle) D – DIP ( Dependency inversion principle) In the following sections I will […]

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