We have created some new forums (fora?) where you can post topics regarding Design Patterns:
Design Patterns (General & Best Practices)
Information about Design Patterns as a concept, general design approaches and best practices.
This forum has the following subforums:
Architectural Patterns are the larger building blocks of your applications such as tables and posting processes. They determine how the data is stored in the database and flows through the system. Examples are Documents, Master Data and Ledger Entries.
They are the smaller elements that give the application the characteristics people know and are familiar with. By implementing Design Patterns you create familiarity for users across the application. Examples are Number Series, Address Integration and Blocked Entity.
This determines the way you structure your code and objects. The patterns help you organize your application and enhance upgradability and maintainability across developers and partners. Many of the patterns are derived from Object Oriented Programming. Examples are Hooks, Façade, Encapsulation and Natural Language Programming.
These forums are moderated by Mark Brummel