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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Model-view-presenter is a a derivative of the model-view-controller software pattern, also used mostly for building user interfaces. In MVP the Presenter assumes the functionality of the "middle-man." Additionally, the View is responsible for handling the UI events, which used to be the Controller's job. Eventually, the Model becomes strictly a Domain Model. The model-view-presenter software pattern originated in the early 1990s at Taligent, a joint venture of Apple, IBM, and HP, and was the underlying programming model for application development in Taligent's C++-based CommonPoint environment. The pattern was later migrated by Taligent to Java and popularized in a paper by Taligent CTO Mike Potel. After Taligent's demise in 1997, Andy Bower and Blair McGlashan of Dolphin Smalltalk adapted the MVP pattern to form the basis for their Smalltalk user interface framework. In 2006, Microsoft began incorporating MVP into their documentation and examples for user interface programming in the .NET more

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  • Paperback | 52 pages
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  • United States
  • English
  • 6136682664
  • 9786136682662