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MVC workings in diagrams?

 
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Hi programmers and architects,
I am a bit pondering about the place of MVC in my diagrams. Maybe some of you can shed a light on it. Do my diagrams have to show how MVC is applied ? Or can I abstract from that and concentrate on business logic and take MVC for granted?
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Henk
 
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Hello HenkGijsbert,
I've just sat part 3 so I haven't yet passed so take whatever I say with a pinch of salt but...
I said developers know how to implement GUI interfaces adhering to MVC so there is no need to show it, it was one of my assumptions. Whether that is the right way to go...
Good luck
Ian
 
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I added one extra sequence digram describing MVC workings in regards to my design and add that all other sequence diagrams omit MVC components for simplicity.
 
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