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Model View Controller MVC

Model-View-Controller abbreviated as MVC is a software pattern used for implementing user interfaces on computers. It is often used by applications that need the ability to maintain multiple views of the same data. Traditionally used for GUI (Graphical User Interface), MVC have become popular for designing web applications.

The MVC pattern hinges on a clean separation of objects into one of three categories - models for maintaining data, views for displaying all or a portion of the data, and controllers for handling events that affect the model or view.

The MVC Framework (model-view-controller) may not make much sense outside the esoteric software developer vocabulary but translated into practice it can really help contribute to your bottom line. By offering enormous flexibility, code quality improvements and constant feature enhancements to your web based application, working within the MVC framework, we will deliver both real, bottom line business value as well as value for money.

We deliver a cover framework (or an architectural pattern) within the software development cycle where the business logic is kept separate from both user input and the user interface thus separating the process of development, testing, and maintenance independent of each other and hence manageable.

The advantages of the MVC framework are it’s ability to make changes to different parts of the software application without having to undo/redo every other aspect of the application. This means continued progress throughout the life of the application with fewer regression errors.

In MVC, Models are the components of the application that represent the state (for example, a list of clients stored in a database). Views are the components that define how the data (those clients) are shown to the end-users in a graphical interface. Controllers are the parts that handle the subsequent end-user input and interaction (changing a client's address).

Web-based applications built with the MVC framework can be used in everything from CMS solutions to intranets, extranets to back-office business systems.

Microsoft has taken the framework and developed it into ASP.NET MVC, allowing it to work within the .NET platform and suite of tools and languages. Being a Microsoft Gold Partner of many years, Bitscape has a wide and varied experience with developing bespoke applications that suit the diverse business needs of our clients.

We have earned the trust of our customers by delivering value adding solutions tailor made to suit their business requirements with the sole focus on enhancing their business efficacy.