Re: MVC architecture, routers and other stuff

Posted by Madfish on 1556961200
<p>What I'm liking about the router + MVC-type approach is that far less code has to run to deliver a page. eg. my current modules have Ye Olde Traditional handler classes for each object, and these are huge because they hold the code to handle all actions for their client objects.</p>

<p>With the strict MVC approach these monolithic handlers are getting chopped up into smaller model classes, each of which only deals with a specific page view (one or two different actions, as opposed to everything), and the router selects which one to load. So there's a lot less stuff to read for any given page load.</p><!-- input filtered -->

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