Model View Presenter (MVP) For Win Forms and ASP.NET Examples

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Model-View-Presenter (MVP) is a great pattern for creating re-usable and testable applications whether it is for Windows Forms or for ASP.NET. You don’t need any DLL files at all to turn your project in to MVP project. You just need to follow some basic guidelines and rules.

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