This diagram represents the Bad Smells which can occur in object-oriented code.
Those are the grey items on the left.
The green lines link the smells to recommended refactorings, e.g. the blue "Extract Method" item.
The purpose of this graphic is to give you some ideas about how to improve your code when you
notice your code smells.
Tap or move the mouse on to one of the grey items (what Martin calls "Bad Smells"). Icons
Tap or click on the top left icon to
show ONLY the (differently coloured) refactoring items which explain what to do to relieve
Tap or click on a refactoring. You see a short description of that refactoring in the light
blue box above the diagram.
Or click on the arrow icon to open a longer
description on Martin's own website. (This is shown in a new browser window or tag.) These
When you click on a refactoring, you
see which smells it
To show all the items again, click on any item's 2nd icon .
Click a smell or a refactoring to see its description
The name of the aspect which
currently determines the colours of the items