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I have a few questions to ask, your help will be much appreciated.
What is MVC at client side? does it mean MVC implemented within a View page?
I want to know which MVC structure is right, I am confused between the two that I have been taught by my trainer and the one i find on internet. Please refer the attachments i added
What is the advantage or why do we need client side MVC?

I had posted this question on AngularJS forum 2 weeks ago but i didnt get any reply.

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MVC supports rapid and parallel development. With MVC, one programmer can work on the view while other can work on the controller to create business logic of the web application.
The application developed using MVC can be three times faster than application developed using other development patterns.
In the MVC Model, you can create multiple views for a model. Code duplication is very limited in MVC because it separates data and business logic from the display.
MVC also supports asynchronous technique, which helps developers to develop an application that loads very fast and modification does not affect the entire model because model part does not depend on the views part.
Therefore, any changes in the Model will not affect the entire architecture.
The MVC pattern returns data without applying any formatting so the same components can be used and called for use with any interface.
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I don’t believe the first screenshot is MVC. That looks more like MVP (Model View Presenter). In MVP, the Presenter is both Active View and Controller (while the V in MVP is an interface View).

MVP is a derivative of MVC used in .NET apps. I’ve had to use it in C# with Window Form apps, but never seen it used in Java. At least in my experience, MVP can lead to code duplication as each Windows Form is siloed from other Windows Forms.
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