Is MVC architecture applicable for web environment??

ketulp_baroda at yahoo.com ketulp_baroda at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 27 17:47:04 CET 2004


kdahlhaus at yahoo.com (Kevin Dahlhausen) wrote in message news:<283adf56.0402260943.73bb05fb at posting.google.com>...
> This caused me a lot of frustation when I moved to a java development
> house.  What  most people call MVC in relation to web based apps is
> not what the traditional MVC is in the sense of OWL, Fresco, and the
> like.  ( I've noticed in the java world that pundits tend to grasp a
> concept, skew it, and promote it.)
> 
> People are actually referring to the common notion of a layered model
> where there's a domain or persistence layer, 'controller' code that
> manages flow of the pages and marshalling and unmarshalling web-form
> data to domain objects, and a 'view' layer that is often the
> templating system or server-pages.
> 
> It works well enough, especially on larger projects, I just wish it
> were called something other than MVC.
> 
> 
> 
> ketulp_baroda at yahoo.com wrote in message news:<f046efac.0402260204.2ed4588b at posting.google.com>...
> > Hi
> > Is the true mvc architecture ( with observer-observable pattern as
> > implemented in JAVA) not applicable for web environment??
> > I mean to say that the HTTP protocol is request/response based so
> > there is no notion of an "event" being notified ...
> > whereas the observer-observable pattern is based on event.

Hi
I want to know wheteher observer-observable pattern is applicable for
web environment?? I mean to say that the HTTP protocol is
request/response based so
there is no notion of an "event" being notified ...
whereas the observer-observable pattern is based on event.



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