Creational design patterns are about creating objects in different ways. It's like using LEGO blocks to build different models, following specific instructions. For example, if we want to build a car, the creational design pattern would tell us how to put the LEGO blocks together to make it.
Structural design patterns are about arranging and connecting objects together. It's like using LEGO blocks to build bigger and more complex structures. For instance, if we want to build a tall tower, the structural design pattern would guide us on how to stack and connect the LEGO blocks securely.
Behavioral design patterns are about how objects interact and work together. It's like the actions or behaviors LEGO models can perform. For example, if we have a LEGO car and a traffic light, the behavioral design pattern would help us understand how the car should respond when the traffic light changes from red to green.
By using these design patterns, we can create programs more efficiently, make our code reusable, and ensure it works well together. It's an exciting journey to explore and learn about these patterns, and we'll be discovering more about them in the coming weeks.