MVC definition

MVC  (Model – View – Controller) is an architectural pattern used to separate application to three main aspects:

  • The Model: a set of classes that describes the data you’re working with as well as the business rules for how the data can be changed and manipulated
  • The View: the application’s user interface (UI)
  • The controller: a set of classes that handles communication from the user,  overall application flow and application-specific logic

[Source from Professional ASP.NET MVC framework 1.0]

More additional definition:

_ Refactoring is the process of rewriting an application in such a way that it does not lose any existing functionality.

_ Implementing the Repository pattern requires us to complete the following two steps:

  1. Create an interface
  2. Create a concrete class that implements the interface

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