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Interaction design Architectural patterns for interaction beyond MVC?

We all know the venerable Model-View-Controller pattern used to design interaction [mostly] with human users. It is the de-facto standard in OOP environment.

What are some other interaction designarchitectural patterns of interaction worth mentioning? Non-OOP (functional, logical, etc) approaches welcome, too.

Interaction design patterns beyond MVC?

We all know the venerable Model-View-Controller pattern used to design interaction [mostly] with human users. It is the de-facto standard in OOP environment.

What are some other interaction design patterns worth mentioning? Non-OOP (functional, logical, etc) approaches welcome, too.

Architectural patterns for interaction beyond MVC?

We all know the venerable Model-View-Controller pattern used to design interaction [mostly] with human users. It is the de-facto standard in OOP environment.

What are some other architectural patterns of interaction worth mentioning? Non-OOP (functional, logical, etc) approaches welcome, too.

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Interaction design patterns beyond MVC?

We all know the venerable Model-View-Controller pattern used to design interaction [mostly] with human users. It is the de-facto standard in OOP environment.

What are some other interaction design patterns worth mentioning? Non-OOP (functional, logical, etc) approaches welcome, too.