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MVC Architecture: A Detailed Insight to theModern Web Applications Development

@inproceedings{Majeed2018MVCAA,
  title={MVC Architecture: A Detailed Insight to theModern Web Applications Development},
  author={Abdul Majeed and Ibtisam Rauf},
  year={2018}
}
  • Abdul Majeed, Ibtisam Rauf
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science
  • MVC pattern architecture is basically a three-layered architecture. It separates the characteristics of application. Its first layer is related to the user input logic, second layer is related to the business logic and third layer is used to implement user interface logic. MVC provide very loose coupling among these three layers. MVC pattern are used to specify the location of each logic in application [2]. MVC patterns provide the facility of parallel development. It means that each layer of… CONTINUE READING

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