Message from JavaScript discussions

September 2020

— Not true


Why not.. so you group controller code into some file/block/object and it becomes Controller (you separate the concern)

— What

— Controller is a thing that takes USER input and uses it to manipulate a model

— That's the definition for it

— If it's not taking user input, it's not a controller anymore

— I guess you could make the argument that all routes take HTTP requests which come from a *user*, but the problem there is that the router is *also* the view

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— Except for that it doesn't really get updated when the model changes

— Which is what a view is supposed to do

— Ye, and how do you call it, if it's not user input🤨 any input, imo, input that is generated by the "real" world

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— According to previous problems, it's some sloppy browser