MVC (Model-View-Controller) is a software architecture pattern that enforces separation of concerns.

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How exactly to use the MVC design pattern

I have read the documentation on the apple's developer website which refer following guidelines A view class shouldn't depend on a model class (although this may be unavoidable with some custom ...
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MVC class modeling

I have following requirement and I am trying to design class diagram. This is the first time I am creating class diagram so I would like to get some advice from experts.. :) This is a simple login ...
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MVC: view/sidebar.php can load model?

I have a Route that activates a Controller which returns to me a page through a View. Let's call it master page. route -> controller -> view [master page] The master page is divided into header, ...
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Can someone help me understand MVC? [duplicate]

I've read a few articles on the MVC pattern and tried to understand what it exactly is. But till now, what I get is a plain diagram showing 3 modules of Model, View and Controller. Some say that it ...
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Proper program design for submitting a form

I have been stuck wondering what the best solution to the problem below: I am developing a form like GUI with quite a few places for input. Currently, I am storing each UI element in an ArrayList ...
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Should I Make my ASP.NET MVC N-tier?

I'm currently building a very small website, around 20 to 30 views, 10 controllers. I know MVC is only a design pattern and should only be the top presentation layer. I'm currently at a stage in ...
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Is it ok to start with templates in MVC development?

I'm new to web development and I've started working on a project in my company that uses DJANGO. I feel it flexible to start my development straight first from the templates. I think it will be easier ...
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Choosing between the view and the controller for my code

I'm aware there are a lot of topics about MVC design but it's hard to find good explanations: what I should do, what are the consequences of the different possibilities... So I'm working on an ASP ...
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Developing pages in MVC website that will be specifically used as an iframe by another website

I have a website where I'm going to be partnering with another website. They want to view one specific page of mine, in their [WordPress] website. They aren't developers, so I looked into how to do ...
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MVC and the business rule

I need to know where in the MVC should I apply the business rule. Imagine the situation: I have a school and I need to generate a calendar of classes for teachers. Each teacher has a school subject ...
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MVC content management framework with an admin panel

I've lately been developing my own MVC content management system using PHP and, at least in my mind, am a little stuck with the system design. I believe this would apply to building a content ...
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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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Should I use JavaFx properties? [closed]

I'm usually very careful to keep my Model, View, and Controller code separate. The thing is JavaFx properties are so convenient to bind them all together. The issue is that it makes my entire code ...
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Clean, Modular Code vs MV* Frameworks [closed]

I've been hearing a-lot about the "new" MV* frameworks. I've tinkered with KnockoutJS, creating an invoicing application, but I much prefer to write clean, modular code in raw JavaScript - leveraging ...
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Should a view call a function?

Should a view call a helper function? Say I pass in data from the DB to the view. The data is a unix timestamp. Should I make a call in my view to convert it to a human readable TS or should I ...
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What to consider when choosing a framework for a development team? [closed]

As I'm finishing a web development course with a few friends with whom I have worked in many projects we're aiming to begin a professional team of developers. Functions are well defined between ...
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MVC Best practices (view acquiring data directly from model) and Yii Framework

I'm using Yii for a few years and only right now I realized, that their demo application (empowered by CRUD auto-generation tool -- Gii) seems to be breaking key MVC architecture pattern. I'd like to ...
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Dynamically add/remove components to/from panel

I'm in a little planning phase of my java/swing project. Here is a picture: It is a main panel containing several sub panels depending on the selected date in the top center. I want to browse those ...
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Building simulation architectures : Which one to choose?

I am writing a simulation which unites discrete event and continuous system simulation. For example, you can use State Charts, System Dynamics and Queues side by side. Theese will then reduced to ...
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MVC shared model different required fields on different type

I have a model called Car and depending on what type of Car the user select the view is presented differently. For example the user selects from a grid of different cars and depending if it is a Volvo ...
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Do Rails Join Models Get Controllers?

I have a rails app where my users can buddy up with other users. Since that relationship can have a status (approved/rejected/pending), I decided to go with a join model (UserRelationship) so now I ...
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Writing Models in PyroCMS/Codeinighter Models

In Pyrocms there are Admin views and User views. Im developing a complex module where my model file is getting to be rather large. Should I be abstracting logic in my model files to also be User ...
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MVC data binding

I'm using MVC but I've read that MVVM is sort of about data binding and having pure markup in your views that data bind back to the backend via the data-* attributes. I've looked at knockout but it ...
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Embedded Model Designing — top down or bottom up? [closed]

I am trying to learn RoR and develop a webapp. I have a few models I have thought of for this app, and they are fairly embedded. For example (please excuse my lack of RoR syntax): Model: textbook ...
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Advice on refactoring PHP Project

I have a small SAS ERP that was written some years ago using PHP. At that time, it didn't use any framework, but the code isn't a mess. Nowadays, the project grows and I’m now working with 3 more ...
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How to use ORM in MVC?

If I want to use ORM in MVC system Which is/are correct? Use ORM object to replace Model Encapsulate ORM inside the Model Use ORM outside the Model, use ORM to access DB, and then use one instance ...
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Does my use of the strategy pattern violate the fundamental MVC pattern in iOS?

I'm about to use the 'strategy' pattern in my iOS app, but feel like my approach violates the somehow fundamental MVC pattern. My app is displaying visual "stories", and a Story consists (i.e. has ...
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How to unit test models in MVC / MVR app?

I'm building a node.js web app and am trying to do so for the first time in a test driven fashion. I'm using nodeunit for testing, which I find allows me to write tests quickly and painlessly. In this ...
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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 ...
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How to design console application with good seperation of UI from Logic

Is it considered an overkill for console application to be design like MVC , MVP or N tier architecture? If not which is more common and if you can link me to simple example of it. I want to ...
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Server side C# MVC with AngularJS [duplicate]

I like using .NET MVC and have used it quite a bit in the past. I have also built SPA's using AngularJS with no page loads other than the initial one. I think I want to use a blend of the two in ...
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MVC Communication Pattern

This is kind of a follow up question to this http://stackoverflow.com/questions/23743285/model-view-controller-and-callbacks, but I wanted to post it separately, because its kind of a different topic. ...
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What are the steps to grouping related classes into packages

What are the steps needed to be taken to group related classes into packages in Java? In my case, I have about a number of .java files that I'd like to group into 3 packages according to the MVC ...
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Packages organisation with MVC design pattern [duplicate]

I have been programming quite a lot now and still can't decide which of these packages hierachies was the best: package1 Class1Controller Class1Model Class1View package2 Class2Controller ...
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MVC design pattern. Overloading controller responsibilities

I'm developing a desktop application with a GUI. To do so, I'm using the MVC design pattern for the GUI part. For now the application consists of a single window (view) with one controller ...
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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 ...
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What was before MVC? [closed]

MVC is used a lot (not only in web apps) and it seems it's the 'go to' approach when designing software. There are also a lot of MVC versions. My question is: what was before MVC? How did people ...
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Is it good style to store view data inside the model?

I'm using a variant of the MVC pattern. In my GUI code, often the need arises to synchronize "view data" (e.g., selected item) between different views. For example, let's imagine a vector drawing ...
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MVC 5 - Best practice for handling dates inside and outside the USA

I have an MVC 5 application that will be used world wide. A number of the pages in the app will require users to enter dates. I'll be using the jQuery datetimepicker plug-in to allow the user to ...
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Advantages of using business logic in model

In an MVC framework i have often heard that use business logic in a model. But i think using the business logic in controller would run faster as view is directly connected to controller. I want to ...
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MVC: Where should I store interchangeable algorithms used by the Model (whose names also need to be accessible to the View)?

Please consider a program, where the user chooses an algorithm from a list, and the Strategy pattern is utilized to set this algorithm as the model's operation. For example, an image procession ...
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MVC: my controller seems useless half of the time. Is this a problem?

Often when I design a program with MVC, the controller is useless half of the time. What I mean is this: something happens on the view (e.g. a button click). The view then notifies the controller. ...
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Controller and Model Interaction

I'm fairly new to MVC and I'm trying to get a better understanding of it. There is endless information about the theory and general responsibilities of each part of an MVC app, which I've read a good ...
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MVC: Does the Controller break the Single Responsibility Principle?

The Single Responsibility Principle states that "a class should have one reason the change". In the MVC pattern, the Controller's job is to mediate between the View and the Model. It offers an ...
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How to implement 'use case control' object in (iOS) MVC?

In an MVC architecture pattern (for e.g., in iOS) there is a controller per view. In UML there is a concept of having Control object per use case to encapsulate an use case, which may span more than ...
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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 ...
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Do modular PHP frameworks really improve applications?

One of the goals of modular frameworks like Kohana or Alloy is to make it easy to add and remove components (i.e. "plugins" or "modules"). However, in all the larger projects I have ever worked - the ...
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MVC: Controller often simply delegates to Model when notified by View of GUI events. Is this reasonable?

Since I learnt about MVC, I used it for every app I made (which is arguably not the best idea, but that's not the topic of this question). All of them small, 1000 LoC apps. I am using Java and Swing ...
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MVC & 3 tier architecture in game - What is the business layer

I am making a game and have been following examples which use the MVC architecture pattern. I am now trying to get my head around how this would fit in with a 3-tier architecture. From what I have ...
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Multiple models or a single model with multiple custom data types?

I am writting a small webapp for learning. Is it better / best practice to create multiple models or one model with multiple custom data types? For example: Let's say the web app is "PublicLibrary." ...