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    Default Web Frameworks (MVC, MVVM)

    Hello,

    Im completely new when it comes to frameworks, i dont even know if this is the right place to post this, but anyway.

    I need to know, in basic terms, what MVC, MVVM, plus any other similar types like this, what they are and how they work, i need as much info as you guys could provide, if possible.

    Ive tried wiki and to be honest, the terminology there was baffling. So any help here would be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: Web Frameworks (MVC, MVVM)

    Do you ask about it only as education aim or you really want to use it? This questions relate to design patterns and architecture models. Some frameworks can realize this structures.
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    Default Re: Web Frameworks (MVC, MVVM)

    Basically, need to research different frameworks similar to MVVM and MVC, Im just looking for someone to tell me,

    What they are,
    How they work,
    Pros,
    Cons,
    and any other bits of info people may have.

    I really am clueless when it comes to this, never even heard of frameworks like MVC before friday.

    So any help would be good.

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    Default Re: Web Frameworks (MVC, MVVM)

    Read that. Overview of the ModelView – ViewModel (MVVM) pattern and data-binding Russell East’s blog
    I bit you just have some Uni task and don't want to do it yourself. It is pity.
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    Default Re: Web Frameworks (MVC, MVVM)

    Yeah it is, id do it myself but i have absolutely no understanding of any of this, thats why i came here looking for help.

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    Default Re: Web Frameworks (MVC, MVVM)

    What do you not understand concretely? Do you have concrete questions? Try to explain it own words and we can appreciate it and help you if you don't think correctly
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    Default Re: Web Frameworks (MVC, MVVM)

    Ok, Heres what i know, maybe you can tell me some stuff that im leaving out.

    MVC - Model-View-Controller

    1. User interacts with interface (View)

    2. Controller Handles Event, Tells Model of interaction. Model could change its state. (i.e. Update its content etc.)

    3.View queries model and generates appropriate view.

    MVVM - Model-View-ViewModel


    1.Model - Represents the Data Layer.

    2.View - Represents the User interface.

    3. ViewModel - Acts as "middle man" between Model and View. Tweaks data so its understandable at UI level.

    MVP - Model-View-Presenter

    1.Model - Data Layer

    2.View - User interface.

    3. Presenter - Equivalent to Controller in MVC or ViewModel in MVVM.

    This is all i know.

    My questions are:

    1. Whats the difference between MVP and MVC/MVVM?

    2. Are there any similar frameworks to these?

    3. Could you provide any more information on any of these?

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