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what is the technical term for this presentation model?

I have an application I've inherited that I'd call "proto-MVC", and I love the concept of MVC but am new to it. In my ideal dream of a lightweight application, all of the document's content is stored ...
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Web Application: Combining View Layer Between PHP and Javascript-AJAX

I'm developing web application using PHP with CodeIgniter MVC framework with a huge real time client-side functionality needs. This is my first time to build large scale of client-side app. So I ...
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A good substitute for ASMX web service methods, but not a general handler

The best thing I like about ASP.NET MVC, is that you can directly call a server method (called action), from the client. This is so convenient, and so straightforward, that I really like to implement ...
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Patterns for ajax-heavy web applications

Up until now, I've been a great fan of the MVC pattern for developing web applications. For the web, I've developed mostly in PHP (with the Kohana and CodeIgniter frameworks) and Ruby (RoR). As my ...
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Model-View-Controller and client-side concurrency responsibility

In a web application that has a significant ajax component, where is the best place for the client-side concurrency responsibility to lie? We're trying to use MVC on both the server application (LAMP ...