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Help me to learn using MVC architecture

 
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I would like to learn more about using MVC architecture in my coding.
I would appreciate if someone could suggest me some links to study.
Thanks.
-- vignesh.
 
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First of all search and read the theory about MVC architecture, when you finish I would recommend you that take a look to some web framework that use MVC architecture as Spring or Struts.
 
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Also you can read 'Head first design patterns'. It has a very good section on MVC as well as many other coding patterns that could make your life easier!
 
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If you google or pick up on conversations around other forums at the ranch, make sure they're talking about the servelet/jsp flavor of MVC, often called MVC Model 2. The details of traditional MVC in fat clients like Swing apps, are quite a bit different.

Here's a page at SUN that may help.
 
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