The Model-View-Presenter-Controller pattern

In this post I'll talk about the MVPC (Model-View-Presenter-Controller) design pattern I use in client applications such as progressive web apps and mobile clients. It can be best understood as an evolution of the MVC (model-view-controller) pattern past the MVP (model-view-presenter) pattern. The basics: MVC and MVP You might want to skip this section if … Continue reading The Model-View-Presenter-Controller pattern

Book of dark arts: storing data in the view

Pentagram, source Wikipedia. Towards the end of the year I'll indulge in the dark arts, join the goblins and leave my white architect hat under the Christmas tree where it belongs. I'm helping a friend (a technically minded, non-programmer) write his first mobile app . We wanted to keep everything simple: use technologies which can … Continue reading Book of dark arts: storing data in the view

Cloud-specific software architecture patterns

This post is about software application architecture patterns that simplify application design by leveraging cloud features. New: Download the cloud pattern cheat sheet   Packaged configuration Packaged configuration cue cardWhatConfiguration is packaged with deployment artefactsMotivationSimplify system, increase resilience by removing runtime dependency on configuration serviceHowConfiguration is managed in configuration repository, CI/CD combines generic application artefact … Continue reading Cloud-specific software architecture patterns