MVC (was Text database using custom properties)
david at openpartnership.net
Wed Jan 4 11:07:43 CST 2006
On 13 Dec 2005, at 13:40, Dave LeYanna wrote:
>> Dave Bovill and I have taken somewhat different approaches to a
>> implementation of an MVC architecture. I'm not sure if Dave's made
>> public yet, but you can see mine on revonline. You may not like it if
>> you're used to a traditional MVC construct, as I've turned it some 90
>> degrees and put the burden on the model rather than the controller,
>> but I think it fits with xtalk better that way. At any rate it may
>> give you some ideas of how you want to implement things.
Yes - I've put a lot of work into this (inspired by mark's demo).
What I am thinking would be a good demonstration of how MVC can add
to the collaboration possibilities inherent with Revolution is to
release this for a tree widget.
There are several different versions and data models for outliners /
tree widgets floating around and by adding an MVC architecture the
developer can not only customise a single tree widget for many
purposes, but also switch between data models.
This gives other developers the ability to fork / improve the speed
and robustness of the implementation by cloning or creating a new
data model (while still using the same tree widget view). It also
allows users to easily switch / upgrade to alternative data models?
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