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

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Where to perform datatype.ParseString (MVC)

Using the MVC pattern, asume a simple situation where you want to send a number (for example the number of pages in a book) with a controller to a setter. Now, the set method looks like this public ...
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How to avoid model duplication in JavaEE web applications with a JSON front end

Recently we developed a web app that uses the following tech stack: hibernate as orm spring extjs (MVC javascript front end) For 1 business object, let it be a Personnel, we have: 1) a Personnel ...
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Should my internal MVC/MVVM application use Web Services for Persistence?

Just talking about internal applications or intranet web apps... At some companies I've seen their business-logic piece (Model in MVC/VM in MVVM) on one (or both) sides of a Web Service. And on the ...
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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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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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Web design pattern

I am building a small website, in PHP and I am using MVC design pattern for the UI. In the future I will need to add mobile support for my website. It will be in the sub domain "m" like everyone. All ...
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Need help modelling a User/Project/Task relationship

So I'm creating a very simple project/task management application in Laravel 4 and I'm not sure how these relationships would work. I have a Project, Task and User model. A User can own a Project or ...
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MVC Models instantiation

Where should the Models be instatiated in a MVC arhitecture? I understand the preferred way would be outside controllers, in a bootstrap file and injected using a Dependecy Injection Container. But ...
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how to model a connection to a resource, with rudimentary event processing

For my simple MUD client I'm using Apache Telnet (no, not ssh). A mud client is a strange beast: Generally, a MUD client is a very basic telnet client that lacks VT100 terminal emulation and the ...
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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{ ...
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how to map controllers , models, and views as a todo list

Before starting on a current project I was wondering if there is a terminology for what I am planning on doing? Basically what I want to do is map out every object in layers such as all the ...
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Which design pattern is typically used when designing a WCF data services driven Winforms application?

Please excuse me as I am a bit new to the following technologies and practices. I have been given the task to create a management suite utilizing an MDI GUI. This suite will be the front end to a WCF ...
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Handling error message for a Spring MVC login form

This can apply to many error handling scenarios, but I'm curious about how to do it in a login scenario. Given this Spring controller method: @RequestMapping(value = "/account/login", method = ...
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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 ...
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Performing user authentication in a CodeIgniter controller constructor?

In "The Clean Code Talks -- Unit Testing" (http://youtu.be/wEhu57pih5w), Miško Hevery mentions that "as little work as possible should be done in constructors [to make classes more easily testable]'. ...
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Javascript MVC in principle

Suppose I want to implement MVC in JavaScript. I am not asking about MVC frameworks. I am asking how to build it in principle. Let's consider a search page of an e-commerce site, which works s ...
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MVC, Java Design Pratices, and Flaws of java.util.Observable and java.util.Observer

I am planning learning Model-View-Controller (MVC) development using Java. While reading I came across a post which mentions java.util.Observer and java.util.Observable for MVC development. As I ...
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Organising MVC App with virtual model using external API

I am creating a rails app with following constraints It has no database It uses a web API to store and retrieve the data The connection to the web API is via a custom gem. The Gem has a basic ...
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When designing an application around Model-View-Controller (MVC), what is in your toolbox?

There are a lot of great explanations for what the Model-View-Controller design pattern is, but I am having trouble finding good resources showing how to use it in practice. So, when you are starting ...
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Does snapshot change tracking break DDD principles?

I'm building a website with MVC 5 and Entity Framework 6, implementing the Unit of Work & Repository patterns, and - for flexibility and performance - would like to utilize Entity Framework's ...
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Java MVC: multiple use of the same event for different actions

I am working on a large Java project which employs the model-view-controller pattern. Should I use a different event for each action (to let the views communicate with their respective controllers)? ...
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MVC URL structure with URI parameters

When creating routes for your MVC web application I have seen two possible ways to pass variables to a controller method: With the first approach the variable is passed to a parameter of the ...
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Doing the same thing from different views

I have an MVC app, which has multiple views that give overviews (from different angles) on items. For now, let's just call these views View1 View2 ... ViewX They all use the same Model Collection ...
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Adding a graphical view to a system

I currently have an program in Java that simulates railway movements. Essentially, trains arrive on platforms, pick up and drop off passengers, and then proceed, respecting signalling where possible. ...
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Implementing Facebook Flux's Dispatcher [closed]

I am getting into Facebook's Flux architecture, which is a client-side MVC variant based on React.js. It features a dispatcher, a single object that mandates unidirectional data-flow, as opposed to ...
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Server side or client side mvc: which approach imposes less load on the server?

Which is the best approach when developing a dynamic web app with multiple views and dynamic content. regarding server load and responce times: use a server side mvc (such as Sailsjs or ASP.NET MVC) ...
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Converting from AppHarbor to Azure

I'm thinking of switching my cloud provider from AppHarbor to Azure. Main reason, I love the ability of being able to scale up the number of workers as traffic/cpu usage gets really high. My question ...
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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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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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Run a function when a function in a list is executed?

Goal: I'm currently doing an MVC project and I have this method to update the ViewBag (based on previous actions of the user). I would like to call this function whenever a certain list of MVC Actions ...
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Best practice or design patterns for retrieval of data for reporting and dashboards in a domain-rich application [duplicate]

First, I want to say this seems to be a neglected question/area, so if this question needs improvement, help me make this a great question that can benefit others! In my experience, there are two ...
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Search and Replace in MVC

What would be a good MVC/OOP/GRASP/SOLID structure for a search/replace functionality. Methods: search/searchNext/replace/replaceAll. I'm interested only in the PHP arhitecture and how a professional ...
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Implement service layer in MVC

We have a defined service layer hosted in WCF. We are now building a website that will need to use the services functionality. The website is being written in ASP.NET MVC 4 and I'm trying to decide ...
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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 ...
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How to avoid switches? [duplicate]

I use Laravel as a PHP framework, although the question is not exactly about laravel, more about structuring controller methods. I have a route to orders page. Depending on the user role I need to ...
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Creating a System Sequence Diagram from an [extended] use case

As I have been taught - one controller = one use case. But I have: OutsiderController SupplierController (which extends OutsiderController) SubContractorController (which also extentds ...
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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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Model-View-Controller — Where does a factory class go?

I'm working (slowly) on a small Flask project. One of my models is a class called Post, which is a lightweight namedtuple. Post objects are created by a PostFactory, because creating a Post involves ...
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How to make ASP .NET MVC website have a continuous process running?

This website is supposed to be a game where the players have some 'buildings' and these buildings produce resources. E.g. an iron mine may produce 30 pieces of iron ore per minute and automatically ...
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Migrating legacy procedural code to MVC without rewriting [closed]

I recently started working on a PHP application that was built many years ago before the advent of objects and namespaces in PHP. The code is procedural, does not separate presentation logic from ...
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Combining two MVC frameworks in a project

Is it any good to combine two MVC frameworks together in a project? Is it a fairly common approach? I am thinking about using a serverside framework like CodeIgniter/Laravel and client side framework ...
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In MVC, why can't a model create a view?

I have a web application written in Perl with a controller, some "views" and some "Models". Each "Model" is corresponding to one "View". The controller (one file) creates an Model object ...
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Why additional code and complexity when data model and interaction are simple is considered a disadvantage in MVC model

According to the slides given by my lecturer, one of the disadvantages of MVC model is additional code and complexity when data model and interaction are simple Why is this so, I would assume ...
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MVC sending information from view to controller

I am using the MVC pattern. Lets say I want to create a new object and add it to my database. Where is it better to create the new object: View: Boo boo = new Boo("awesomness"); ...
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Can't understand on how to implement MVP/MVC for my software requirements [closed]

Recently I decided to start developing a client/service based system using WCF and a Duplex Channel (callbacks from Service to client). The clients will behave as "slaves", that is, they will only ...
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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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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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Actions and Controllers managing strategy in MVC apps

Can anyone name any usefull strategy/architectural pattern for allocating actions between different controllers when using MVC pattern for developing web application? I am now developing web app ...
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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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What file extension do you use for your template/view files in PHP? [closed]

I'm building a Model-View-Controller framework, and it has come time to decide how I will be creating and using view templates and layouts. Some frameworks use special extensions for these files. ...