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Take a look at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/278668/is-it-possible-to-make-an-asp-net-mvc-route-based-on-a-subdomain. There are several answers that should work for you - you'll just need to adjust the code to look at the domain and not just the subdomain.
MVC was originally designed to solve the problems in architecting GUIs. It decouples the process of extracting data from the model in order to present it from the process of presenting it. Basically it is an application of the Single Responsibility Principle to GUIs. This has a number of large advantages: it takes away the need to have logic code from the ...
MVC isn't a GUI pattern, it's a common pattern to decouple a model from how it is viewed and controlled. I've seen it used for game servers where varied controllers (people, ai opponents, network players) and varied views (simulation mode, over a network, right to screen) need to share a common model (your game objects). To take any tool and typecast it to ...
He is right. The M in MVC says that there is some kind of "data", but it says nothing how those data are structured or retrieved. It can be practically anything from in-memory store to database to webservice. There is also the V of MVC. Which is closely tied with UI. So if you use MVC for something else than UI, the V won't make much sense and then the ...
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