In article <35139.198.200.139.3.984159859.squirrel / webmail.primary.net>,
Guerry A. Semones <gsemones / primary.net> wrote:
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>Most simply put, the GUI should not do much more than delegate calls
>to non-GUI classes that do the real work.  The GUI code should deal
>with GUI issues, the business logic should deal with business logic.  
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>We are currently doing a project where we've done just this.  All
>business logic and validation are done separate from the GUI, and the
>GUI just delegates back.  Most of the core business also delegates
>back to a mid-tier.  The core point, however, is that we will be
>taking the business and validation logic and put it, unchanged, into
>an MVC designed web architecture: same code, same tests, different
>interfaces.
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For an expression of the same sentiment from the
standpoint of quality assurance of application
development, see
<URL: http://www.sunworld.com/unixinsideronline/swol-03-2001/swol-0316-testing.html >
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