When we look around in today's world, what we see is devices all around. Devices from mobiles to tablets to computers surround us and now the world is talking about internet of things. IOT means communicating between devices where each device will provide some relevant information to other so as to provide a customer with highest level of service. Example can be a Phone providing information about the user reaching home in around 10 minutes so that the AC can switch-on itself.
So here, when we can speak about communication or talk about internet and with internet; comes a world that suddenly seems much smaller than it is. Websites and applications are the main medium/interface using which people share and get information with each other. So how do this happen? To make a website we need a platform that is robust and reliable enough to handle huge traffic (people coming in to view website), should deliver better performance, provide enterprise level security and importantly should have minimal up time(time from development to production).
What to choose and why?
The MVC architecture
MVC architecture is loosely coupled. This means that the server is only concerned about the data that it needs to send to client and then its client's responsibility to handle that, as it wants. Hence, every single entity has a predefined role. One more advantage of this is that anytime we can replace the whole entity without even disturbing the other. Example: Suppose we have used Jquery to handle the rendering logic of the webpage but then later we found that React or Angular serve the purpose better so we can easily replace the client side logic with ours and it will not require a single code change at server logic. Since the server, side is just concerned about the data that the client passes it to process and the data that it needs to send.
MVC also had its own demerits even though it is a great architecture. Now with the evolution of MVC6 most of the demerits that MVC5 had are resolved the architecture is further enhanced to improve the performance and stability of the application that is built. MVC6 along with ASPNET 5 has taken a pick from best of various other technologies like Python, Nodejs so that it can provide a one-stop solution to the problems in hand.
The major advantages of MVC6 are as follows:
Apart from the features mentioned above there are also list of features that are currently in process, hence will update the article as and when they come into picture. Also there is some document management like library that is built which is taken as a reference from python.
Nikunj Bhanushali is associated with Cogzie as Sales & Operations head and who loves sharing information regarding ASP.NET, MVC, HTML5 and JS Angular. Get in touch with him for MVC Application Development.
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