MVC Architecture (Model-View-Controller)

MVC is an architectural design pattern that is used to develop applications.

It states that the application should be logically divided into 3 components namely: model, view, and controller.

Model

The model layer is responsible for handling data. It is connected to the data source and helps in performing data-related operations

View

The view layer is responsible for handling the view logic or you can say representation of data as a User Interface.

Controller

The controller layer is responsible for handling the communication between the view and the model. It receives a request from the user then based on the requirement it communicates with the model and view layer and returns the expected response.

Advantages

  • Separation of concerns
  • Some level of reusability for controller and data layer.
  • Easier to maintain
  • Easier to test individual layers

Disadvantages

  • Increased complexity as the app grows
  • Data accessibility in the view layer becomes inefficient with app growth

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