The Model View Controller (MVC) pattern is a programming paradigm for creating organized, scalable applications. The MVC pattern cleanly separates applications concerns and shows developers to create complex applications without creating a tangled mess. This pattern separates the three common application concerns. Models hold and convey data. Views render the data to application viewers. And controllers route data between the various sub-systems. Unfortunately. in many applications, although the application itself has an MVC structure, the application is built as a monolith. Services, libraries, and the application code are all intermingled, making the process of extending or creating a similar application far more difficult than should be required.
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