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Understanding Service to worker pattern?

Amandeep Singh
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Use Service to Worker to centralize control and request handling to retrieve a presentation model before turning control over to the view. The view generates a dynamic response based on the presentation model.



If you look above sequence diagram, it doesn't shows where Service to worker in action. Is it working in here invisibly?


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