You will learn about the famous MVC design pattern which stands for Model-View-Controller. This pattern is widely used in software engineering and many people talk about it, but few people know how to use it properly. You will learn, in an easy way, the MVC pattern in just 1 hour !
Many programmers still develop software systems without following any pattern or architecture. You will see that the MVC pattern isolates the business logic from the user interface, and makes it easier to manage complexity of application through the separation of concerns.
Several commercial and non-commercial web application frameworks have been created that enforce this pattern, for example: ASP.NET MVC, Apache Struts, Spring MVC, Cake PHP, and many more. Therefore it is very important that you understand the MVC pattern before working with any framework that follows this architecture.
This course was created to be fast, objective and easy to understand. It is not tiresome for students like most of the courses about design patterns.
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Welcome to the “MVC pattern” course. I am glad you could come. You will learn about the famous MVC design pattern which stands for Model-View-Controller.
Explanation about this software architectural pattern which was introduced into the Smalltalk-76 programming language in the late 70’S.
Why is the MVC concept important?
Why should I use an MVC pattern?
What are the frameworks based on MVC architecture?
What is the model in MVC?
How to identify the elements of the software project that belong to the Model.
What is the view in MVC?
How to identify the elements of the software project that belong to the View.
What is the controller in MVC?
How to identify the elements of the software project that belong to the Controller.
Presentation of a typical collaboration of the MVC components. Understanding how the flow works.
Creating a simple customer registration application using the Java programming language to illustrate the MVC concepts learned in the prior videos.
Constructing a UML class diagram for the customer registration application using the MVC pattern.
Coding the model layer according to the class diagram designed.
Coding the view layer according to the class diagram designed.
Coding the controller layer according to the class diagram designed.
Running your customer registration application based on MVC architecture.
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IEEE Membership since 2014 until now
Computer Science, Teaching, Software Engineering, UML, Programming, Java, Design Patterns
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