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Improvements in a “data - manager - wrapper” architecture

I have programmed using the architecture below, where "client, order, piece" are just data classes, have no methods, and "managers" are the manipulators of that data, the "ClothingStore" is a wrapper ...
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Wrapping 3rd party objects that are dependant upon each other and best practices

I'm having a bit of a moment of indecision here and I'd like some perspective on it. I'm currently wrapping up objects from a 3rd party API (at home for my own project and at work), and I'm doing my ...
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How do I wrap a service so it is simpler

We have a dependency to a third-party service which exposes a gigantic interface of which we only need like 3 methods. Additionally, the interface changes frequently... I've decided to wrap the ...
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Firmware development philosophy in function wrapping

I wrote some code in the past for 8bit MCUs, realizing that every time I gained experience, the next iteration will be with a wrapper API or something more distant from the "bare metal" register ...
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Design tips: how to design a wrap class

I am using C# on a pretty huge solution that user a Static Class to manage the Session on the database. The performance are not so good because of the number of call to the database. The company ...
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Can a database wrapper be implemented in Scala using Traits? Is there a better way?

I've decided to implement a database wrapper to provide data operations of a web service using postgresql dbms. Models in my database are somelike complex and frameworks like slick do provide more ...
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How to map an API into another one?

After some google search, I feel still in the mud. I am wondering whether what is the best approach for writing wrappers mapping two similar APIs that offer similar semantics but perhaps in different ...
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Multiple layers of abstraction and chain calls of methods (Java functional like programming)

I am creating a multiple wrappers/layers API in Java that go like this public class Layer1<T extends Layer1> public class Layer2<T extends Layer2> extends Layer1<Layer2> public ...
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Should a Java wrapper around a 3rd party product's API be packaged as a Bean?

For the sake of personal use and for the educational reasons I wanna make a Java wrapper around a certain service's web API. That is, no additional software is required to use it on a client machine - ...
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Design pattern name for thin wrapper for unit testing purpose

Assuming I'm using a class from third party library that does not implement an interface, for example: class ThirdPartyLibClass { void DoThis() { ... } void DoThat() { ... } } I want to ...
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How can I reduce the manual effort for wrapping third party libraries with a larger object model?

Like the author of this question from 2012 and this one from 2013, I have a 3rd party library that I need to wrap in order to properly test my application. The top answer states: You always want to ...
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Writing a non-monolithic database wrapper

I have a SQL database to which I store and from which I read several objects into my C++ code. I wrote a single database wrapper which handles all the reads and writes to the DB. Of course this ...
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Avoiding hangs when calling a native API

Background We have a piece of programmable hardware here at work that we integrate into almost all of our systems. This piece of hardware came with a native Windows DLL (for which we do not have the ...