Wednesday, December 5, 2012

ASP.NET MVC Architecture

The Asp.Net MVC architecture focuses on separating the UI design and the implementation logic, and thereby improves testability of the application.

The Architecture of Asp.Net MVC makes it possible to make use of advanced client side scripting concepts like JavaScript and jQuery. The Web Forms Architecture also supports JavaScript and jQuery but they don’t mingle well together, the Asp.Net MVC Architecture overcomes this issue and co-ordinates fully with JavaScript, jQuery and other client side scripting frameworks.

MVC stands for


M – Model
V – View
C – Controller






Model
The Model represents the data engine of the MVC architecture, the Model holds the data to be rendered to the UI, the View makes use of the data in the model and binds it appropriately in the Page to display data in the browser. The Model is also responsible for retrieving the data from and saving the data back to the underlying database.

View
The View is the UI part of the MVC Architecture, the View is fully responsible for what the user sees in the browser, all UI aspects like controls, color, style, formatting etc are taken care of by the View.

Controller
As the name suggests the Controller is the one which controls the execution of the entire application, all requests to the applications are handled by the controller, once the controller receives the request it decided the model to be called, and the View to be invoked to render the output to the Browser.

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