Model - View - Controller
Brixy application uses Model - View - Controller (MVC) architecture. Its purpose is to separate the presentation and the logical part of the application. In fact, it is Model - View - Presenter with passive views, but for simplicity we will call it MVC.
Model is the logic core of the application. It holds data, settings, algorithms and other logic parts of the application. It is independent of the rest of the application. It knows nothing about the rest of the application.
View presents data and/or comunicates with the user. All data gets from the controller.
Controller asks the model for data, passes data to the view and then sends them back to the model or invoke some model action. Not every controller needs the view. Finally, as a result of its work, controller returns a new application request.