ZK MVVM Pattern: Server-Side Data Binding

You may be familiar with MVC patterns like Java Swing, manipulating UI components directly to handle events and setting their properties. However, you may admire how Angular MVVM saves you from operating in the DOM. Although that’s great, you still need to manage to transfer data between a client and a server. ZK, on the other hand, supports data binding with Java objects directly and handles data transmission between a client and a server transparent to you. Let me demonstrate you with a simple application.
MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) Pattern
MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) is a design pattern created by John Gossman for WPF. This pattern divides an application into 3 roles: View, Model, and ViewModel.

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