- M-Model: The model is to define the task or list of tasks. This is where all the data is stored. It has no information about view and controllers.
- V-View: It defines the look of the website. It shows how the user will interact with the app or website.
- C-Controller: It defines how a user can insert a task or complete a task. We can call it a decision-maker. It may update the model and the view whenever got updated itself.
Overall, it is not too hard to write all of your code on your own from the scratch and avoid any of the already-written code. However, we can always use something as strong as the backbone and avoid incorrect assumptions to be made.
Written codes could be easily maintained by MVC and it separates the view logic from business logic. The jobs can be easily distributed and easily managed what task is owned by whom and who is responsible for which code.
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