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What is MVC Architecture?

MVC is abbreviated as Model View Controller is a design pattern created for developing applications specifically web applications. As the name suggests, it has three major parts. The traditional software design pattern works in an "Input - Process - Output" pattern whereas MVC works as "Controller -Model - View" approach.

    Types of Network Protocols and Their Uses

    In this chapter, you can find a detailed description of various useful protocols and their types. Also, you will learn about the most common types of protocols used by the network models while communicating one system with another.

      What Is NoSQL?

      NoSQL can be defined as an approach to database designing, which holds a vast diversity of data such as key-value, multimedia, document, columnar, graph formats, external files, etc. NoSQL is purposefully developed for handling specific data models having flexible schemas to build modern applications.

        Internet Reference Models

        In the world of web and internet, the term "reference model" defined a standard means of communication architecture which is accepted worldwide. In this chapter, you will learn about the two popular internet reference models - OSI model and TCP/IP Reference Model.


          What is Client-Server Architecture?

          The popular is the client-server architecture which is a computing model, where the server hosts, distributes and controls the majority of the resources as well as services to be used by the client.


            What is Web?

            The web is a hypermedia-based structure which provides a source of browsing information over the internet in a non-sequential format by the use of hyperlinks which redirects users to more resources and information.

              What is Conditional Operator?

              The conditional operator is used for evaluating a specific condition which eventually affects to choose any one of the two Boolean values or expressions. The outcome of the entire evaluation comes as either true or false.

                Difference Between Static and Dynamic Memory Allocation?

                Memory allocation in programming is very important for storing values when you assign them to variables. The allocation is done either before or at the time of program execution. This eventually allocates memory for the variables declared by a programmer via the compiler.

                  What is the Difference Between using GNU C and Turbo C?

                  GNU C Compiler Turbo C Compiler It is a primitive, standard C compiler. It is an old, non-standard C compiler. It is used and it comes mostly with nix Operating systems. It can be used with any operating systems, such […]

                    What is GNU C Compiler?

                    GNU C Compiler is one of the compilers of GNU Compiler collection and was released by Free Software Foundation. GNU C Compiler is a totally nix oriented compiler for C language which can be operated through commands from its command line interface.

                      What is integrated development environment (IDE)?

                      Integrated Development Environment (IDE) can be defined as software that gives its users an environment for performing programming, along with development as well as testing and debugging the application.  Instead of doing different steps for making a fully working executable […]

                        What is Program?

                        A set of instruction to process data is accomplished which is called "program". Programs are generally categorized into three parts: Applications, Utilities and Services.

                          What is Software?

                          The software can be termed as a collection of programs packed together in a meaningful format so that it works fine when the complete thing is put into execution. It cannot be touch or feel but can be seen while a user interacts with it. It helps users in communicating better with the hardware.

                            What is System Software?

                            System software is used for making your computer or PC presentable for using. It also deals with the tasks of managing the resources of the computer. Hence it has to run at the very base level of your computer. Hence it is called as Low-level software.

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