I am glad to help the beginners. I am not sure if WCS (WebdnaCodeSparker) really will make it easy for beginners or not. It seems to me that what it does do well is take care of some desired things, that a developer will eventually want in their projects: like having SEO-friendly (clean) URLs, exact control over what URL loads what logic code.. which in turn loads what HTML template,... caching,... white space-control,... etc. But make it easy to start for beginners? I dunno.Remember when we were beginners? ... how it felt when we were first trying to even sort out the difference between client-side and server-side? At that stage of someone's understanding, I think it might even make sense to encourage them to go ahead and mix webdna and HTML all into one simple file after another.. until they get the hang of it. At that early stage 'MVC' is just another (headache) layer of abstraction that can break the camel's back, as the saying goes. I would encourage beginners to use WCS in case *they know they want* the feature set of WCS... but otherwise I would say, "wait until you appreciate why you would want that feature set, from first-hand experience". Eventually one gets tired of un-tangling Spaghetti code. ;-) ... eventually one wants their URL to be clean for various reasons.
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