25
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7answers
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Is it possible for business logic not to creep into the view?

I've developed for several web application projects for the last 3 years, both personal and at work, and I can't seem to figure out whether it's possible for at least some business logic not ending up ...
-1
votes
2answers
196 views

Does using a cookie make my web application stateful [closed]

No session data is stored server side, the cookie contains a token that authenticates user.
0
votes
1answer
39 views

Using different DB Connections for different user groups in a web framework

Database designers building enterprise systems usually assign different sets of privileges to different users of DBMS. They can be as granular as needed. However, in my experience, web frameworks ...
0
votes
1answer
222 views

How would I structure my code into an MVC format?

I want to have the home page (root of the website), check if a cookie exists for a user being logged in, and then based off of that determining whether or not to load the sign up page (landing page) ...
0
votes
1answer
142 views

How to update User interface form through database update

I have a client server application. Assume I work as a Support executive, resolving customer tickets. We(our support team) have got two tickets to work on. Ticket 1: Client "Liver" raised a ticket ...
2
votes
3answers
2k views

REST API at backend and MVC Javascript framework at client side

I am building an online social network. I have finished writing RESTful API service using Django. This will return only JSON response (No HTML will be generated from server side) so that this JSON ...
4
votes
3answers
227 views

Tell a user whether they have already viewed an item in a list. How?

It is pretty common for a web application to display a list of items and for each item in the list to indicate to the current user whether they have already viewed the associated item. An approach ...
1
vote
2answers
484 views

MVC pattern with JSF-Spring-MyBatis webapp

I've a Java webapp with these frameworks and I want to know if my implementation meets with MVC pattern: Controller Layer (V) I'm using JSF @ManagedBean public class Controller{ ...
1
vote
1answer
74 views

For a front-end application broken down in a MV* manner, should I have models dedicated to UI logic?

I am not talking about simple UI logic like clicking a button directs you to another page, but where one action may result in several different of behavior depending on current application state, and ...
3
votes
3answers
1k views

Transaction Design Pattern for MVC and location of responsibility?

I'm designing a pretty standard Spring MVC application, and I'm trying to figure out where the responsibility for transaction management should lie. I've been reading Java Transaction Design ...
5
votes
5answers
1k views

Where should date formatting take place in an MVC pattern?

Suppose that you want to show a user list, on a web application having to handle custom date formats (depending on current selected interface language). Several locations for applying the date format ...
1
vote
1answer
222 views

Pattern for a web application

I'm developing a web application for a university project. My professor wants we to use a multi-tier architecture (Client, Web, Business and Data tiers) with EJB. For the Web and Business I have ...
8
votes
1answer
278 views

How to make models do more than setting and getting data and validation

I am asking this question because after developing a few small custom cms solutions in a framework, I developed the idea that Models can be easily substituted with ORMs which ease up the task of ...
2
votes
5answers
431 views

Is SOA suitable for developers or only for business/IT management people?

Let's suppose you're the lead of a team of developers that needs to build a big information system such as an ERP or Human Resources software, or whatever system that is composed by multiple business ...
11
votes
5answers
912 views

When to use MVC

I'm building a site with PHP and a MySQL backend. But, I am currently not using any type of framework. Should I be using Model View Controller?
14
votes
8answers
3k views

How do you organize your MVC framework while supporting modules/plugins? [closed]

There are a two main codebase structures that I have seen when it comes to MVC frameworks. The problem is that they both seem to have an organisational bug that goes with them. Standard MVC ...
13
votes
4answers
3k views

Explain Model View Controller

My experience with developing dynamic websites is limited mostly to Java servlets. I've used Tomcat to develop various Java servlets, and I wouldn't hesitate to say that I'm reasonably proficient ...