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What are the advantages of proxy classes?

I've been learning about proxy classes in c++. I really don't see the advantages of using proxy classes, as they're not any better at concealing information than private members are. What advantages ...
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Which Design Pattern is most suitable for this problem [duplicate]

The problem states as follows: "A Radio Station broadcasts its programs for listeners through an FM frequency, but in emergency situations the radio channel could be used as an encrypted broadcast" ...
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Sharding and application routing cross region on AWS

We current have a very simple Multi Tenant monolith, with a SQL SERVER backend (Self hosted on EC2 on AWS), and multiple application services talking to one DB behind an Classic AWS ELB. Our database ...
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Is an Adapter pattern a Proxy pattern? If not, why not?

A common use of the adapter pattern is to support functionality that isn't actually supported in an underlying class. For example, if I use an API to interact with a Samsung Smart TV, I might want to ...
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Proxying binary data through a RESTful service

I have an application, a web service P, which is acting as a proxy between an internal service, IS, and an external service, ES. Right now, when IS makes a request to ES through P, and the response ...
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Linux Server Hosting through Cloudflare [closed]

I hosted a hobby NodeJS Server from my Linux and all is fine by accessing my direct IP. Because I find this ugly and also less secure, I decided to route my domain which is set to Cloudflare to my IP....
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Understanding a proxy server and connecting to a web api via basic auth

Hopefully this is the correct channel for such a question and my quest for further knowledge. I've currently built a significant platform which allows clients to communicate with our API, which in ...
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Split requests between different server applications

I currently have a web server running apache with multiple sites on it using virtual hosts. I want to add a service to my server that is using nodejs but I want it to be accessible under the same ...
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What are the options to guarantee that a client that's connecting to a server is really who I think it is?

I have a proxy server that talks to a bunch of services and I want to have a way to prove to servers behind the proxy they are actually receiving a request from the proxy server and not from something ...
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407 Proxy authentication required

Are we supposed to write code differently to handle running through a system proxy for Http requests? I have developed an application which uploads many files from a clients network over the internet ...
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How to “proxify” HTTPS request/response

I hope this question isn't considered to "open-ended"... The company that I work for is concerned about their image and they would like to have more control about the publications into their official ...
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Pattern for endpoint that routes requests?

I am building a service that will push notifications to many other services. It has a couple of different notification types that each consumer may care about, but likely will not care about all of ...
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Function acting as a shortcut to object's methods

I was reading Python's requests library's code to find out how it works. Since this library has a simple usage interface, it creates a more complex object beyond. For instance: requests.get(...) Is ...
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Algorithm for implementing QOS in my proxy

Here's the situation: I'm making a proxy (for the moment running on my laptop) which deals with HTTP(S) requests from incoming clients (for the moment only one client, i.e. my Chrome browser on my ...
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Single Responsibility Principle : Proxy Pattern for refactoring

However, in cases where the tests did not force the separation, and the smells of Rigidity and Fragility become strong, the design should be refactored using the Facade or Proxy patterns to separate ...