Mediator pattern encapsulates the logic of communication between a bunch of defined objects. A mediator object is used for that. The mediator works as a middleman between the set of objects. This prevents the objects(colleagues) from communicating directly with each other, and ensures loose coupling. This article demonstrates Mediator pattern implementations in PHP.
Mediator pattern is used to reduce the complexity of communication between objects. As all the communication between objects goes through a mediator/middleman, that’s why the objects are not aware of the underlying complexity. This article demonstrates Mediator pattern implementations in TypeScript.
Mediator pattern centralizes the communication among objects, so that objects communicate through a mediator instead of direct communication. This way the objects do not need to worry about the logic for communicating with each other. This article demonstrates Mediator pattern implementations in Go.
Mediator pattern is used to restrict direct interaction between objects. A mediator class works as the middleman/communicator when one object wants to connect/use another object. This article demonstrates Mediator pattern implementations in Java.
Mediator pattern prevents direct interaction between objects and works as a middleman. As objects can not refer to another object directly in this pattern, that’s why it ensures loose coupling. In Mediator pattern, all communication between objects will be through the Mediator.