How is MVC used in application development? MVC (Model View Controller) entails to divide the application logic into View (user experience) Model (data shown to the user) and Controller (business logic). The controller exists between the view and the model. It listens to events triggered by the view (or another external source) and executes the appropriate reaction to these events. In most cases, the reaction is to call a method on the model. Since the view and the model are connected through a notification mechanism, the result of this action is then automatically reflected in the view.
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