Can the MVC Design Pattern / architectural pattern be used in Desktop Application Development?

I've just learned what ASP.NET MVC is and I'm wondering if the pattern is ever used in Windows Desktop application development?

I'm specifically looking at potentially trying to use it in a Desktop .NET application.

Please forgive me if this question is way out in left field in terms of how MVC is suppose to be used. I'm still trying to wrap my head around the details of it.

Answers


MVC comes in many flavors, Marting Fowler discusses at http://martinfowler.com/eaaDev/uiArchs.html

Google returns quite a lot of interesting stuff for windows forms mvc also


The Model-View-Controller Pattern works like a dream with "desktop" apps, as you don't have to worry about handling state information.


Most definitely. Here is a list of MVC GUI frameworks.


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