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Transforming Models

In my last post, "‘Model’ Is an Overloaded Word," I discussed several types of models which might be present in an MVC application. But I limited the discussion to models which are actually in the executable.  There may of course be additional models, such as ERDs, UML models, etc., which exist in the development environment, [...]

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"Model" Is an Overloaded Word

Let’s say you’re writing a web application, and using the Model View Controller design.  Maybe you’re using an out-of-the-box framework like the ASP.NET MVC Framework or Rails, or maybe you’re using a different implementation; it doesn’t matter.  It’s pretty obvious that the "View" portion of the design is the part which provides a template for [...]

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