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Do you see MVC as an alternative to spaghetti programming?

  1. hotwebideas profile image75
    hotwebideasposted 6 years ago

    Do you see MVC as an alternative to spaghetti programming?

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  2. atomflame profile image60
    atomflameposted 6 years ago

    It does add a bit of complexity to the mix, in some cases. But nothing beats good old spaghetti code *Cough*

  3. hotwebideas profile image75
    hotwebideasposted 6 years ago

    Good answer. Spaghetti code is easier to use, but makes the coding messier while MVC is a pain to learn, but suppose in the long run, it has its purposes.

  4. Casey Strouse profile image61
    Casey Strouseposted 6 years ago

    Once you get a solid grasp of OOP concepts and work on a project large enough to experience the breakdowns that occur when you don't use MVC you'll learn to love it.  There's nothing worse than working for six months on a project and then your business partner decides that the means of user interaction is going to change from a CLI to a web app and you're stuck rewriting the whole thing; MVC helps to keep code reusable regardless of the user interface.

 
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