Flyweight Pattern in TypeScript

Fly in the term Flyweight means light/not heavy.

Instead of creating thousands of objects that share common attributes, and result in a situation where a large amount of memory or other resources are used, you can modify your classes to share multiple instances simultaneously by using some kind of reference to the shared object instead.

The best example to describe this is a document containing many words and sentences and made up of many letters. Rather than storing a new object for each individual letter describing its font, position, color…

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