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It's more difficult to do with climate models, however, because you have to wait not days or weeks, but years to see how the prediction actually measured up.
I'm just wondering, where is it better to put your validations? Following the SRP, it states that a function of a class should only have 1 goal.
So for example I have this code: // In the model public function create Data($data) // In the controller public function post Create() I know others might answer it depends what fits your style but I'm just thinking what others think about this.
NET MVC supports the DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself) principle where you specify the behavior once and it reflects at multiple places in the application.
Model Validation is one such example where you can specify validation rules in the model class and enforce the rules everywhere else in the application. NET MVC provides multiple ways of model validations e.g.
The ORM, Sequelize, has a powerful system for validating both models and individual columns.