Thursday, March 23, 2006

MVC - Model View Controller Architecture

Here's a diagram I made to help explain MVC architecture to beginners.

If the Model, View Controller (MVC) terminology bothers you, you may use the alternate vocabulary until you can feel comfortable. For instance, as depicted in the figure above, you may refer to "controller" as "input", "model" as "processor" or "processing" and "view" as "output".

So in other words, controller receives the input, passes it to the model for processing, or to the view for output.



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