Seeking advice on GUI code architecture

Marco Bubke marco at bubke.de
Mon Mar 15 18:46:19 CET 2004


Qp wrote:

> OK, I've heard briefly about MVC.  I'll take a look and see if I can find
> any examples of that, particularily in network client development.
> 
> Thanks,
> Qp
> 
> "Ben Finney" <bignose-hates-spam at and-benfinney-does-too.id.au> wrote in
> message news:slrnc5a9on.4ib.bignose-hates-spam at iris.polar.local...
>> On Sun, 14 Mar 2004 22:29:08 -0500, Qp wrote:
>> > My problem is this:  how do you keep your GUI code seperate from as
>> > much underlying code as possible?
>>
>> In the last decade, the "pattern language" method of formalising common
>> architectural solutions has been increasingly popular in programming.
>> It is especially popular in things like interface programming, where the
>> architecture chosen has a dramatic effect on the efficacy and efficiency
>> of the program.
>>
>> What you want may be the "Model-View-Controller" pattern.  Others may
>> suggest other patterns.  You would be well advised to read up on current
>> common patterns in interface design.
>>
>> --
>>  \         "I think a good gift for the President would be a chocolate |
>>   `\   revolver. And since he's so busy, you'd probably have to run up |
>> _o__)           to him real quick and hand it to him."  -- Jack Handey |
>> Ben Finney <http://bignose.squidly.org/>


Take a lok at this book. Its very good:

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Marco



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