MVC stands for Model-View-Controller, a design pattern that’s very popular in the web development space.
There are three pieces to the MVC pattern:
The Controller processes and responds to user events and actions and invoke changes to the Model and the View based upon those.
The Model comprise functions that interact with the database or perform complex operations (business logic objects).
The View provides different ways to present the data received from the model. They may are normally templates that are displayed to the user (presentation – user interface). Continue reading