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Michael Girouard's Blog:
Rolling Your Own MVC The View
April 28, 2008 @ 09:39:45

Michael is back with part three of his series stepping you through the creation of your own MVC framework (Part 1 and Part 2) with a look at the part that interfaces with the user - the View.

Using the view as a starting point may seem odd at first considering the view-related actions are some of the last steps in the page load scenario, but since our views don't have any external dependencies, unit tests are very easy to write and so is the accompanying code.

He explains how views work along with the rest of the framework and some of the basic rules surrounding how they get their data. Code comes along with the explanations for different views like XML, HTML and JSON methods of output.

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