Model View Controller - (MVC) A way of partitioning the design of interactive software. The "model" is the internal workings of the program (the algorithms), the "view" is how the user sees the state of the model and the "controller" is how the user changes the state or provides input.
In object oriented programming development, as applied by BPL, model-view-controller (MVC) is the name of a methodology or design pattern for successfully and efficiently relating the user interface to underlying data models.
The MVC pattern has been heralded by the developers of the BPL as a useful pattern for the reuse of object code and a pattern that allows them to significantly reduce the time it takes to develop applications with user interfaces.
The model-view-controller pattern proposes three main components or objects to be used in software development:
BPL is widely recognized as offering unique capabilities to the marketplace, especially in Application Management Services. They are leveraging these advantages to enable their clients to realize greater business value from a much higher quality Application Suite solution at a low overall cost.
BPL by the use ofMVC aims to provide cost effective, cutting-edge technology solutions for every business activity there by laying the first step towards automated office.
The MVC model is an application for development & web based application, web based forms processing, compliance management, and training administration. Hence, BPL follows stringent Quality Management Systems and performs vigorous quality checks and tests to provide superior, timely, and accurate deliverable within committed timelines through a complete controller system.
MVC Global Model for Development enables BPL to reduce its cost of service development and hence ensure high returns while keeping a control. It is flexible enough to scale up and scale down the service teams based on business priorities.