In software engineering, a software design pattern is a general, reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem within a given context in software design.

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Creational (abstract factory / factory / Builder / Singleton / Lazy / etc.)

Creational design patterns are concerned with the way of creating objects. These design patterns are used when a decision must be made at the time of instantiation of a class (i.e. creating an object of a class).

Structural (adapter / wrapper / Bridge / Decorator / Proxy / Fascade / etc.)

Structural design patterns focus on, how the classes inherit from each other and how they are composed of other classes. Structural patterns use inheritance to compose interface or implementations.

Behavioral (command / iterator / observer / template / etc.)

Behavioral design patterns have focused on the assignment of responsibilities between objects, or, encapsulating behavior in an object and delegating requests to it.

Architectural (DI / MVC / MVP / MVVM / Clean architecture)

Architecture design patterns have focused on the architecture of the application and how responsibilities between different modules/components can be defined based on requirements.

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