Facade Design Pattern

Facade is an structural design style that provides a simplified interface for a library, framework, or any other complex set of classes.

Let’s say you need to make your code work with a broad set of objects belonging to a sophisticated library or framework. This typically involves initializing all of these objects, tracking dependencies, executing methods in the correct order, and so on.

As a result, the business logic of the class is tightly coupled with the implementation details of the third-party class, making it difficult to understand and maintain.

Facade is a class that provides a simple interface to a complex subsystem containing many moving parts. Facades can provide limited functionality compared to working directly with subsystems. However, this only includes features that the client really cares about.

Lets look at the examples as below.

PHP Sample Code

C# Sample Code

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