Monday, October 30, 2006

Using MVC in Flash

MVC (Model-View-Controller) is a very useful programming design pattern in Flash development, but as experienced programmers know, its integration varies from implementation to implementation and programmer to programmer especially because the Flash community is such a diverse one of designers who program and developers who design.

MVC is great in small applications but large application require a programmer to be flexible and practice some ingenuity. Modified approaches such as including abstraction layers for application specific logic keep the MVC architecture cleaner and leaner.

Basic Concept
Model - Creates a programming abstraction for an applications data.

View - Inputs/Outputs an application's data. The model-view interaction allows data to have centralized management.

Controller - Processes data received from inputs and translates data to allow integration with model.

1 comment:

grace said...

wOW!the MVC is totally cool,its more have benefits in all flash designer programmer,thanks dude for the info.please keep updated to your blog.