MVC revisits concepts we already mastered in MIS 330 — yes, you do run into ERDs again! — allowing a website to give a user access to a database while keeping its information secure. Using models, controllers and views, a website can handle the needs of the user, who interacts with the interface or view, and the programmer, whose logic and code is kept in the model. The controller manages the communication between the model and view.
The website will simplify appointment creation, modification, and deletion, as well as offering customization options of appointment length, type, and reminder notification means. HTML will also dress it up, making it a sight for sore eyes during the oft-dreaded course selection weeks. I don’t want to spoil anything, but it’s going to be pretty great and other departments will probably resent us.
MIS 320 looks forward to dazzling everyone with our impressive skills and our ability to be, to new programming languages, like fish to water.