Re: Is the MVC pattern OO?
Generic Usenet Account wrote:
I have been studying the MVC pattern and to me it seems so non-OO.
I'm with markspace. Why would you say that?
Model=96View=96Controller seems so functional in nature. But then I see
By which you mean it has first-class functions? It uses Horn-clause logic?
that MVC had its origins in PARC, and was blessed by both Smalltalk
and now Java. I am not sure if this is just my flawed understanding
of MVC, or whether that is really so. Any insight would be
It is really so, yes, the MVC pattern was first created for Smalltalk, acco=
"The model-view-controller pattern was originally formulated in the late 19=
by Trygve Reenskaug at Xerox PARC, as part of the Smalltalk system.[1=
I guess that constitutes "blessed by" Smalltalk, if you're inclined to anth=
Honestly, though, your question makes no sense, other than the part that as=
to validate that history really did happen as history really did happen.
What is your real question?
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