The Model-View-Controller is a very popular architectural design implemented widely across web applications at Icreon. The MVC architecture compartmentalizes business logic, user interface and data repository into separate entities thus achieving loose coupling of the application whereby modifications made in one does not affect the other.
Unlike N-tier architecture, MVC is not a linear model. The View defines the user interface of the system, while the Model consists of database tables, which contain the underlying values defining the state of the system. The Controller responds to the user events on the view and interacts with the database to change the state of the system. The ASP .NET MVC framework allows us to promote the maintenance of clean separation of concerns, and it further facilitates test driven development of web applications.
As an industry leader in .NET projects, Icreon product engineering teams utilize ASP .NET MVC framework to develop ASP .NET based web development projects. Our projects are interface based, highly extensible and provide a clean separation of concerns. All the applications come with clean URLs, thanks to the SEO and REST-friendly naming patterns used in the MVC architecture. All the projects have ease of deployment and testing, thus minimizing the cost of the end product.