[osflash] MVP and pureMVC differences
thomas at secondstory.com
Sat Nov 8 11:40:14 PST 2008
As I understand it, MVP is a Microsoft branding of design approaches
like pureMVC or Cairngorm. I am not sure how much you can speak in terms
of "better" or "worse".
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On Behalf Of Matteo Lanzi
Sent: Saturday, November 08, 2008 8:17 AM
To: 'Open Source Flash Mailing List'
Subject: [osflash] MVP and pureMVC differences
discussing with a friend we were talking about pureMVC. I'm using
pureMVC since the le beginning of the year and he studied something
about MVP smalltalk pattern. MVP pattern is used for .net application
too, so i decided to discover more about it
As every time i have to start with a new thing, I open wikipedia and I
so i thought "ok, Presenter is a new layer between controller and
view... so it is the pureMVC mediator"...
i think i'm wrong because I'm reading this one
<http://www.wildcrest.com/Potel/Portfolio/mvp.pdf> and presenter is
described as controller
so please someone can explain me which are differences between the 2
patterns and why some one think MVP is so better then MVC ?
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