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PHP MVC is a design paradigm for web applications that separates the data and business logic (model) from the display (view). Model, View, and Controller (MVC) is an acronym for Model, View, and Controller. The controller acts as a middleman between the models and the views. Consider the MVC design pattern to be a car with a driver.

Model-View-Controller (MVC) is a software design pattern that is often used to construct user interfaces, data, and control logic. It stresses the distinction between the business logic and the appearance of the software.

MVC allows you to isolate your presentation layer from your business logic. This "Separation of Concerns" enables you to rapidly locate and update code sections. It also makes it simple to reuse your UI components throughout your system.

Core PHP makes it simple to put together code for extremely small applications with little setup. This is not a good concept for more important applications because it causes the code to become a large, monolithic, and confusing document.

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