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MVC (Model-View-Controller) is a software architecture pattern that enforces separation of concerns.

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I'm very confused. I can't even begin to understand how MVC would be implemented outside of web development. This might seem like too general a question, but how would one apply MVC. I have the … class. How would this work with MVC? 1) For instance, lets say you have a class where you take care of a virtual dog. I would think that you would make a Dog class with, for example, a "bark …
asked Mar 20 '13 by sinθ
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I'm usually very careful to keep my Model, View, and Controller code separate. The thing is JavaFx properties are so convenient to bind them all together. The issue is that it makes my entire code des …
asked Aug 5 '13 by sinθ