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The Factory Method pattern in TypeScript

by Max Zhuk2mDecember 13th, 2022
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Factory Method pattern is a design pattern that is used to create objects without specifying their exact class. In TypeScript, it can be implemented using a 'factory' function that takes a set of parameters and returns an object of a specific type. The `factory` function uses the parameters to determine the type of object to create, and then creates and returns the object. This allows other classes to create and return objects of different types based on the specific requirements of the application. To use the pattern, other classes can call it with the appropriate `type` parameter to create an object.
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