The separation enforced by ‘Model View’ patterns can quickly transform your application into a maintainable, modular and rapidly developed package. New features are easily added, new screens are a snap, testing is enhanced and developers and designers can more easily work simultaneously.
Come compare the Model-View-Controller (MVC), Model-View-Presenter (MVP) and Model-View-View-Model (MVVM) patterns. In this session, we’ll:
- Explore the foundation, benefits and drawbacks of each pattern at an architectural level
- Contrast differences between each pointing out applicable situations where each may apply
- Walk through a variety of examples on the Microsoft platform, including Microsoft MVC, ASP.NET, Silverlight and Windows Presentation Foundation
You’ll walk away with a clear understanding of each pattern, with examples that you can implement in your projects.
Rob Vettor is an Application Development Manager for Microsoft, providing reactive support and proactive guidance to development teams for Microsoft Enterprise customers. An INETA Regional Speaker, user group leader and former 3-time C# MVP, Rob has built systems for a number of corporations, including Avanade, Raytheon, American Express and Jack Henry and Associates. Rob lives in Dallas, TX, with his wife, twin sons and three dogs, and is the founder of Hands-On-Coding (http://www.hands-on-coding.net/), a user group in which attendees bring their laptops and learn .NET coding by doing. You can contact Rob at firstname.lastname@example.org, and check out Rob’s blog at www.robvettor.com.
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