A good point to ponder over; is this really so ?
Design Patterns in
Even thoughis design pattern itself, the entire framework contains some design patterns itself. Below is a list of design parrens used in (or Asp.Net ) regardless the platforms. Detaild description of these patterns in are out of the scope of this post, I am sure you can google and could know much more about them.
|Front Controller||Consolidates all request handling by channeling requests through a central controller.|
|Strategy||The View-Controller relationship, The way conroller hookup view at runtime.|
|Factory Method||Specify the default controller class for a view|
|Decorator||In the context of, decorator could fit into your views.|
|Observer||One Model, Multiples views ( observers/subscribers ), and the publisher manages the communication|
|Mediator||Several different Models, Several views, and the mediator manages the communications between them.|