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comment In MVC, should pure View events be handled in the Controller?
@BenCottrell You're right, the logic in response to the events is still inside the 'Form' class, which as you stated, is the container for all the view elements, a bunch of 'Control' objects in this case. I think it was the fact that the designer code is hidden away in the partial class that confused me. If it wasn't partial, then the event handling code would be the controller.
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comment In MVC, should pure View events be handled in the Controller?
It can be a good exercise to try and recreate MVP/MVC in WinForms, certainly not easier than doing it in a web environment, but sure you can do it. As you pointed out above in that link, it already is doing MVP for you without the need of seperate 'controller' classes, as also would a web SPA application based in HTML/JS would. It's good that you're exploring the patterns. Good luck.
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comment In MVC, should pure View events be handled in the Controller?
Because technically you're already in a "controller", when you're placing code inside an event handler :).
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comment In MVC, should pure View events be handled in the Controller?
Why are you using the MVC pattern in a C# WinForm application?
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