Clean Architecture – SOLID Design Principles Summary

April 7th, 2018

Clean Architecture is a book by “Uncle Bob” Robert Martin as a followup to his popular Clean Code. It includes a brief section about the SOLID principles, which are the touchstone of his programming philosophies, and have been described in his other books.

This summary is a cheatsheet to help you remember the SOLID principles in your day-to-day work.

 

The SOLID Principles

  • Single Responsibility – each module should only have one reason to change
  • Open-Closed – Design software so its behaviour can change by adding code – not changing the existing code.
  • Liskov – Use interfaces/protocols to separate interchangeable parts
  • Interface Segregation – Dont depend on things you don’t use
  • Dependency Inversion – High-level code shouldn’t depend on low-level implementation