Precious Luke
Sep 15, 2021 ⋅ 13 min read

Building and structuring a Node.js MVC application

Precious Luke Open source crusader. I love building stuff with great technology.

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One Reply to "Building and structuring a Node.js MVC application"

  1. Hi! A very usefuk tutorial. It has helped me to definetively understand the MVC architecture. Thanks a lot.

    I have only one doubt: which is the right way to inform the user that are, for example, empty fields? The code line “console.log(“Fill empty fields”);” I think that is not visible for the user. That is, which is the right way to show input errors (duplicate name, not match password, …) on the ‘view’ from the ‘controller’?


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