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MVC

  • OpenCart
    From Beginner To Advanced in OpenCart: Understanding MVCOpencart
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    In our previous tutorial, we discussed some of the basics programming of OpenCart. In this tutorial, we are going to continue the discussion of the design pattern employed by OpenCart and even write our own controller. Before understanding the code architecture in OpenCart, We'll first examine the Model-View-Controller (MVC) Architecture.Read More…
  • OpenCart
    From Beginner to Advanced OpenCart: More About MVCOpencart
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    Previously, we reviewed the Model-View-Controller - or MVC - architecture of OpenCart. In this regard, we created our first "Hello World!" Controller. So, In the last of the previous article, i just discussed some basic things of Controller. I hope you've practiced creating Controller as we're now taking ahead the discussion of controllers to the advanced level.Read More…
  • OpenCart
    From Beginner To Advanced in OpenCart: The ArchitectureOpencart
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    Up until this point, our previous articles have focused on OpenCart's user interface. In the articles, we discussed how to use the admin panel. Starting in this article, we'll be understanding the OpenCart Framework which is based on MVC design pattern. If you're familiar with Model-View-Controller (MVC), then you've got a head start; otherwise, don't worry about it we'll discuss MVC architecture in our upcoming articles in thorough detail.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Using JavaScript's Prototype with MVCPreview
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    In this article, we will review the process of using JavaScript, from an MVC-based perspective, to manipulate the DOM. More specifically, we'll engineer our JavaScript objects, their properties and methods, and their instantiations parallel to the intended behavior of our Views (what the user sees).Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    Generating Traditional URLs with ASP.NET MVC3Aspnet
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    There are certain truths in the world: we're born, we die, and URLs should end with a slash if it doesn't point to a file. The ASP.NET MVC framework bucks tradition and convention, and the built-in methods that generate URLs do so by omitting the trailing slash. It may seem like a non-issue (and to many people it's not one), but many developers, this author included, are bugged by them.Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    ASP.NET from Scratch: Views with MVC3Aspnetfromscratch
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    ASP.NET MVC3 is now available, and it includes a new View engine called Razor. In this lesson (dubbed 9.5), we download the MVC3 bits and look at Razor and rebuild the application from the previous lesson with the new View engine.Read More…
  • Web Development
    MVC for Noobs200x300
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    Model-View-Controller (MVC) is probably one of the most quoted patterns in the web programming world in recent years. Anyone currently working in anything related to web application development will have heard or read the acronym hundreds of times. Today, we'll clarify what MVC means, and why it has become so popular.Read More…
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