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The Model View Controller (MVC) design pattern is commonly used in PHP frameworks. This idea distinguishes data manipulation from data display. The business logic and application data are stored in the Model.

  • route all requests through your application's initialization point (index. php)
  • Organize your models, views, and controllers into folders.
  • Take care of all requests: Routing.
  • Add new pages to your website.
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"Model-View-Controller" is the acronym for "Model-View-Controller." MVC is a design pattern for web applications that consists of three interconnected sections. The model (data), the view (user interface), and the controller are among them (processes that handle input). The MVC paradigm, often known as the "pattern," is widely employed in the development of modern user interfaces.

MVC is a design pattern that divides an application into three parts: Model, View, and Controller. When compared to the View and Controller, this level is considered the lowest. It basically conveys data to users and specifies where all of the application's data objects are stored.

A data model, presentation information, and control information are all included in the Model View Controller (MVC) design pattern. Each of these must be divided into separate items according to the pattern. MVC is an architectural pattern, not a full-fledged programme.

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