Big Ball of Mud Brian Foote and Joseph Yoder Department of Computer Science University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1304 W. Springfield Urbana, IL 61801 USA firstname.lastname@example.org (217) 328-3523 email@example.com (217) 244-4695 Saturday, June 26, 1999 Fourth Conference on Patterns Languages of Programs (PLoP '97/EuroPLoP '97) Monticello, Illinois, September 1997 Technical Report #WUCS-97-34 (PLoP '97/EuroPLoP '97), September 1997 Department of Computer Science, Washington University Chapter 29 Pattern Languages of Program Design 4 edited by Neil Harrison, Brian Foote, and Hans Rohnert Addison-Wesley, 2000 This volume is part of the Addison-Wesley Software Patterns Series.
MVVM Compared To MVC and MVP Saturday, November 21, 2009 6:53 PM At the recent Calgary Tech Days event I did a presentation on building composite applications with WPF and Silverlight. One question that I get asked frequently when I get to the part of explaining MVVM is how its different from patterns that seem too similar or identical, with MVC and MVP typically being the two common ones raised. Usually my answer is that MVVM is very similar to the others, but it implies *stuff* that’s specific to Silverlight and WPF (how binding works, commanding, etc.). Unfortunately without concrete demonstrations of implementing the different patterns, its sometimes hard to verbally get across. So below I have a comparison, pointing out the key differences between the patterns and why MVVM *is* different.
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