-MVC is a three-part architectural pattern: Model, View, and Controller. Data logic is handled by the model. View: It shows the user the information from the model. The data flow into a model object is controlled by the controller, which also refreshes the view whenever the data changes.
Model, View, and Controller (MVC) is an acronym for Model, View, and Controller. Model, View, and Controller are the three components of an MVC application.
Its primary purpose is to separate the views from the model and controllers. It aids in the separation of the presentation and the data, allowing each data to be modified independently of the others. It is mostly used to create graphical user interfaces.
MVC is crucial to comprehend because it is the foundation upon which most web applications are constructed. The same may be said for mobile apps and desktop applications. There are numerous variations on the MVC concept. Trygve Reenskaug devised the original concept in 1978 at Xerox PARC.
It's not "dependent on one's point of view," and a few dozen or hundreds of votes won't make something false. MVC isn't a design pattern in and of itself; it's a means to structure your code in three tiers using the design patterns you mentioned.
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