Hello there! Today I want to share you a very special article for me. I think this is the best illustrative article on SOLID Principles.

Before we start..

This article is originally published by Oleksii Trekhleb on dev.to

I want to share this article here again because this article is really special for me. While we are writing code, we might defend that we are following the SOLID Principles but most likely not all of it. Time to time, while catching up with deadlines, some small points that can be missed out. This article is the one which I read over and over again to remind myself, how things cleverly design and architectured to maintain its quality all the time with low maintanance costs.

In additional, I believe this article might help inexperienced developers to understand, and illustrate what the SOLID Principles really are.

S — Single Responsibility Principle

Single Responsibility Principle Credit: Oleksii Trekhleb

O — Open/Closed Principle

Open/Closed Principle Credit: Oleksii Trekhleb

L — Liskov Substitution Principle

Liskov Substitution Principle Credit: Oleksii Trekhleb

I — Interface Segregation Principle

Interface Segregation Principle Credit: Oleksii Trekhleb

D — Dependency Inversion Principle

Dependency Inversion Principle Credit: Oleksii Trekhleb

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