SOLID Design Principles for Java Applications
This principle stipulates that each Java class must perform only one function to simplify code and maintenance. A class with multiple capabilities mashes up the code.
1. Single Responsibility Principle
2. Open-Closed Principle
Classes should be designed to perform their tasks flawlessly without expecting to be modified in future. A class should remain closed to alteration, but extendable.
3. Liskov Substitution Principle
It states that derived classes must be 100% interchangeable with their base classes in inheritance. It helps us adhere to"is-a" relationship.
4. Interface Segregation Principle
According to it, no client should be required to implement any interface or rely on method that it doesn't use. It makes your code more readable and maintainable.
5. Dependency Inversion Principle
It states that one should rely on abstractions rather than real implementations. Details should not depend on abstractions; rather, abstractions should depend on details.
detailed implementation of SOLID Principle….