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Just published an article on MVP Pattern in action.  You can read it here
geekswithblogs.net/rajeshpillai/archive/2009/11/29/mvp1.aspx

Extract...

This edition of blog post deals with a simple example of  MVP pattern in action.  Model View Presenter is a UI pattern which separates the
presentation concerns with the presentation logic.  There are three elements to it

  1. Model - This is the data or business object
  2. View   - The User interface dealing with displaying data.  It routes user commands to the presenter.
  3. Presenter - Interaction of UI with UI logic.  It retrieves the data from repositories, persistsit, manipulates
    it and determines how it will be displayed in the view.

The core strength of MVP is testability and view switchability.  You can create views for different environment like windows, mobile, web etc and share the same presentation logic.......

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Posted on Sunday, November 29, 2009 5:04 PM MVP Pattern | Back to top

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