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What is Ruby on Rails? - About.com
The core idea behind Ruby on Rails is the Model View Controller paradigm. To understand what MVC is, first picture a worst case scenario of what MVC isn't.
What Is the Ruby on Rails Web Framework? - About.com
Learn about the concepts of Ruby on Rails, a Model-View-Controller framework for creating database-driven websites in Ruby.
Rails Application Flow - Ruby - About.com
Now that the router has decided which controller to send the request to, and to ... The controller's job is to retrieve data using the model and send it to a view.
MVC (Model-View-Controller) - Java Term Definition - About.com
The Model refers to the data and how it is handled, the View presents the data to the user and the Controller interprets the user's interactions with the View into ...
MVC in VB.NET Explained - Visual Basic - About.com
MVC - Model View Controller - is a whole new way to write programs. It's as much a revolution in thinking as .NET was ten years ago. And, starting with Visual ...
MVC in VB.NET Explained - Visual Basic - About.com
Oct 2, 2010 ... An Introduction Written So You Can Understand It. MVC - Model View Controller - is a whole new way to write programs. It's as much a ...
MVC - Definition - C/C++/C - About.com
This is the glossary entry for MVC which is short for model view controller and is a a pattern for isolating business logic from user interface.
Your First Controller - Ruby - About.com
The controller will typically use the model to fetch data and hand that data over to a view, which will produce the HTML output. So before we can dig into models ...
An Introduction to Rails: a Quick Blog Part 1 - Ruby - About.com
At its core it just grabs things from the database and shuttles them to the view which ... MVC stands for model, view, controller, and is a way of segmenting your  ...
What is a Controller? - Ruby - About.com
A controller is the glue that holds the model and view together. Ideally, a model shouldn't know anything about the view. In fact, the model should be able to ...
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