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MVC 1 and MVC 2

Muhammad Waqas
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Which architecture between MVC 1 and MVC 2 is most widely used in current Software Development companies with respect to best performance and ease of use provided?
Seetharaman Venkatasamy
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there is no such thing called MVC1 and MVC2 . *it is MVC*. i think you are talking about model1 and model2 architecture. here model2 is called as MVC. of course, model2 is a popular architecture.
Joe Ess
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Muhammad Waqas wrote:. . . with respect to best performance and ease of use provided?


There are many factors that will have much more to do with performance and ease of use (for who? the end user? Like they ever see the code) than the framework. Browse our Performance Forum and Performance FAQ if you are interested.


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