Model–View–Controller (MVC) is a design pattern for computer user interfaces that divides an application into three areas of responsibility. It is often applied to websites.

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Calling Stored Procedure “insert query” using EF 6, UOW, and MVC 5

I'm a beginner in MVC programming, repository, and UOW using Entity framework. I tried to calling my existing SP in my MVC project using UOW and EF. Here is my code to mapping my SP in myDbContext ...
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Laravel controller for a commenting system

Can someone review my Controller? I should follow these guidelines: Code should be written with MVC pattern and to use OOP. The code now works fine, but I need to improve it. Also, should I use ...
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Do I need to separate controllers by HTTP request? [closed]

I am in the process of learning proper mvc implementation. I have decided to work on a small project in my spare time and I am stuck on the controllers. I created a basic router that matches URI using ...
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Implementation of MVC Bootstrap & Factory

Before I get started, I feel I need to list the following. I am not looking for an existing DI or Framework this is a personal project to shift from procedural to oop programming. Tear this apart. ...
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DAO and service layer design in Java MVC web application

I'm building a prototype MVC web application as a learning exercise so I'm avoiding existing frameworks. I'm interested in feedback on the following approach The view consists of JSPs which use EL to ...
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Static registry

I am working on a base framework for my various PHP related projects. I have grown since beginning all of this, but the one area I am still having difficulty/concerns with involves the dependencies of ...
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Create and access database connection

I'm working on an MVC project and I'm writing the code for get access to the database connection. I have two files: The first (PdodbLib.class.php) extends PDO: ...
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Mixing business logic and presentation layer in enum type

Let's assume I have an enum type with currency: ...
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Which pattern could help to refactor this controller code?

I know I should use services and patterns to refactor this controller action, but I can't imagine one that could fit/be appropriate for this problem. It seems a strategy or template, but a strategy ...
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Portfolio landing page

I'm trying to grasp this whole MVC design pattern idea but I'm in the dark if I'm doing it correct. This is where I need some feedback on what I've done so far. Here's what I'm wondering: Does the ...
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Dependency Injection With Unity in MVC 5 without repository and unit of work

I want to use dependency injection with Unity in my application. I am not following repository pattern and unit-of-work (and don't want to). I also have ViewModel in my controller action method. ...
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Order a delicious pie here

For a quick summary: I've created this internal web application, and I've hit a point where I can really see the mess I've made. I need some help separating the logic, the view, and the data. More ...
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Refactoring my Todo List was on my Todo List. How's my MVC?

This is a follow up to Rolling my own Configuration with UI. I got a lot of great advice about the Configuration system I created, but no one touched on how all of my logic for the UI was in the code ...
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2D board game: good Model part?

First time writing a big project in OOP. I am quite used to scientific programming but not to OOP, and even less to building GUIs. I am writing a 2D board game: the player can move on a map from tile ...
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Data model in MVC for multiple providers

I have constructed an API service that dives into a storage engine and retrieve data. I have tried my best to apply the MVC modelling with services (repository) in mind where the controller (as it ...
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Newsfeed app for allowing custom Reddit feeds

I'm currently working on a newsfeed app (see it live here or its files on GitHub) that lets a user create a custom Reddit feed. The user adds the subreddits they'd like to view, and then can view them ...
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MVC Login for Android

The code for my Android application is below and so far I'm happy with it. Before anyone comments, I do acknowledge it requires the addition of further validation. The android application is a login ...
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Binding model to view

What I need - if there are some changes to model in must be rendered in view (HTML). The main problem here is to catch changes in model. Firstly I tried to use watch. However it can't work with IE8 ...
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Code redundancy issue while feeding dropdownlists

I have a dashboard to manage a learning center system. There are scenarios like admin create learning center and define a classroom in it and then assign some courses in it and assign students to ...
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Using a registry with static container

I am currently working on a class to make objects and vars available to child classes while attempting to avoid a singleton. Each child with dependencies extend this class and pass params (var names) ...
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Account view with MVC and paging

My Model ...
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Tic Tac Toe in MVC

Do I have basics of MVC and SOLID principles right in this simple 'Tic Tac Toe' game? View.java ...
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Make huge view in C# readable and maintanable

I have an application that is using MVC5 with C# and Razor Engine. This view displays a huge table: ...
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Unit of work Repository pattern DBcontext EF-Entities and ninject

I am totally confused while implementing Repository pattern with unit of work and Entity framework because I have seen tons of examples. Please suggest whether I am on the right track or not. ...
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Folder model controller view

I'm using a slim router and have made a folder model controller view. Below is one of my model files. I made one database with one model. I have some problem in my project: there are several ...
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Usage of MVVM in iOS [closed]

I'm an iOS developer and I'm guilty of having Massive View Controllers in my projects so I've been searching for a better way to structure my projects and came across the MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) ...
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Validation in Node.js

I'm building a NodeJS application, but I'm not sure what will be the best way to structure my code. I have the following model: ...
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Implementation of a URL router

I was wondering if you could provide some feedback on this Router class I built. Worth noting that it relies on an Apache rewrite rule that always redirects to this file, but passes the path into ...
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Displaying a city name with concatenations

I am learning MVC and Android. I have create a sample program which is supposed to implement the MVC philosophy. I plan to build my codes on top of this. I wish to know whether I have got the concept ...
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Null checks in view

It's really a nitty-gritty issue for me, and I have been here many times before. How could this be improved? I have a basic viewmodel for a view: ...
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PHP Bilingual Error System Ideas

I am building a php based mobile website that must be in both Spanish and English. This is my first bilingual site so I've been having to re-think a lot of coding practices I currently use to ...
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PHP MVC model structure

Just looking for some feedback for one of my models I have for a project. I'm pretty happy with it but I was wondering if anyone had any optimization suggestions. ...
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Enhance MVC implementation

I know that there are several ways to develop the MVC pattern. To improve consistently my knowledge, I would like to get some advice and feedback. How could I enhance my code? I knew that there are ...
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MySQL natural search and like search

I have written two queries for searching, but I want to simplify them as it seems needed. ...
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Road to MVC: the case of Settings Table View Controller

Now that I know that MVC can help do better code, I want to make my SettingsTableViewController class conform to it. ...
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Diving into PHP's MVC - the application's core

I recently started programming in php using the mvc-pattern, which resulted in one of best choices, I did so far, but I read through many articles showing "easy" examples and some of them were quite ...
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Rails controller method that conditionally filters results

This code for my blog checks to see if tags are in the params hash. If they are, then only posts that are tagged will be paginated. Otherwise, all of the posts are paginated. ...
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Model binding with a ViewModel

I have two ViewModels with the one referencing the other: ...
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Any improvements for my LoginController class?

This is probably going to be my final question regarding controllers. I feel like I have a good enough understanding of them now and am able to write them cleanly. I've recently adapted a less error ...
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Is my LoginView class valid?

I know the Model, Controller and View's purpose, but I have never really found a good concrete class example of a View class. Usually I see people having some small ...
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Structuring a user authentication system

I'm new to the MVC model. This is where I started: User authentication system. After questioning, reading and thinking a lot, I was able to write a small framework (don't know if 'framework' is the ...
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Is my design achieving Separation of Concerns in this MVC implementation?

I've read lots about getters and setters being evil, unless there is good call for one, but I cannot figure out how to implement that knowledge into my Model layer. Say in my Model layer I have a ...
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Service class that handles form validations

I've made a (service) class to handle all form validation of my application. It contains a set of frequently used validation callables extracted into private methods that I use to build each ...
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Mini eCommerce Application and Message/Warning/Error Handling

I decided to build a basic eCommerce application in c++ as a learning experience. In the past, I've gone with a fat controller, skinny model approach, and while it has worked, my results always end up ...
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Implementation of inheritable pImpl idiom and MVC pattern

I am trying to write an object "template" that use pImpl and MVC pattern to encapsulate everything not specific to the object. The following is how I tried to attempt it. I am sure that the code ...
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Should this Method be in TableViewCell or ViewController?

I have a custom tableview cell for displaying different foods, with a star next to each name. If the food has been favorited (i.e., it exists in the database), the star is filled in, otherwise it is ...
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Model class for networking that uses notifications

I just finished a model class that represents an Instagram Networking client for my iOS app. I am specifically looking for a review of my use of static constants. These are strings that represent ...
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Heterogenous tree in the application domain: How do I represent them?

The Domain I have three types of items in my domain: ItemA, ItemB, ItemC. (I can't use their real names.) ItemA has one attribute: thing_id. ItemB has 6 attributes: thing_id, name, description, ...
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My final sign up controller

I've asked a couple of questions here before regarding my controller, but I think I've finally gotten to understand controllers completely, but I'll never be sure unless I get my code reviewed. I've ...
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MVC Model validation callback

I have made a simple MVC framework of my own for my personal website to learn a thing or two about how this whole thing even works. I think I've got the idea, but there's one thing I'm not sure about. ...