Asked • 07/29/19

How can I team up two MVC frameworks without having them fight each other?

I'm creating a CRUD-based web project, and am thinking about using a server side MVC framework (such as CodeIgniter or Laravel) in tandem with a client side MVC framework (such as AngularJS). Is this a fairly common approach? After all, it's clear that I need something on the server, and that doing MVC on the client as well can enhance my application. But I feel that two MVC frameworks on the same project would just get in the way of each other and lead to disproportionate complexity and repetition.What kind of approach or architecture would help me get the best out of both MVC frameworks when using one on the client, the other on the server?

1 Expert Answer


Tyler B. answered • 07/31/19

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3 years using jQuery

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