Software Architectural Patterns: MVVM

Architectural patterns in software engineering describe the way a system is designed. They are reusable solutions to problems that occur widely within the domain of software engineering. One goal of architectural patterns is to separate the UI programming from the business logic. When following an architectural pattern, the code is unlikely to become ‘spaghetti code,’ because the programmer now has parameters that they must work within when building their program.

The pattern discussed here today is the MVVM pattern. MVVM stands for Model-View-ViewModel. One of the…