According to the standard model billions of years ago some little quantum fluctuation, perhaps a slightly lower density of matter, maybe right where we’re sitting right now, caused our galaxy to start collapsing around here.
We view things not only from different sides, but with different eyes; we have no wish to find them alike.
The primary symptom of a controller is denial, that is I can’t see its symptoms in myself.
The Model-View-Controller (MVC) is a compound pattern, or multiple patterns working together to create complex applications. The MVC pattern is most commonly used to create interfaces for software applications, and, as the name implies, consists of three elements.
Model: Contains the application data and logic to manage the state of the application
View: Presents the user interface and the state of the application onscreen
Controller: Handles user input to change the state of the application
The power of the MVC pattern can be directly attributed to the separation of the three elements without overlap in each of their responsibilities. Let’s look at each element’s responsibilities.
The model is responsible for managing the state of the application. The application logic in the model performs two important tasks: it responds to requests for information about the state of the application, and takes action on requests to change the state.