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Flux Architecture by Adam Boduch

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Flux isn't another framework

Now that we've explored some of the high-level patterns of Flux, it's time to revisit the question: what is Flux again? Well, it is just a set of architectural patterns we can apply to our frontend JavaScript applications. Flux scales well because it puts information first. Information is the most difficult aspect of software to scale; Flux tackles information architecture head on.

So, why aren't Flux patterns implemented as a framework? This way, Flux would have a canonical implementation for everyone to use; and like any other large scale open source project, the code would improve over time as the project matures.

The main problem is that Flux operates at an architectural level. It's used to address information problems ...

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