HMVC is an evolution of the MVC pattern used for most web applications today. It came about as an answer to the salability problems apparent within applications which used MVC. The solution presented in the JavaWorld web site, July 2000, proposed that the standard Model, View, and Controller triad become layered into a “hierarchy of parent-child MCV layers“. The image below illustrates how this works:
Key advantages to implementing the HMVC pattern in your development cycle:
- Modularization: Reduction of dependencies between the disparate parts of the application.
- Organization: Having a folder for each of the relevant triads makes for a lighter work load.
- Reusability: By nature of the design it is easy to reuse nearly every piece of code.
- Extendibility: Makes the application more extensible without sacrificing ease of maintenance.
These advantages will allow you to get M.O.R.E out of your application with less headaches.
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