Flux solves conceptual problems

If Flux is simply a collection of architectural patterns instead of a software framework, what sort of problems does it solve? In this section, we'll look at some of the conceptual problems that Flux addresses from an architectural perspective. These include unidirectional data-flow, traceability, consistency, component layering, and loosely coupled components. Each of these conceptual problems pose a degree of risk to our software, in particular the ability to scale it. Flux helps us get out in front of these issues as we're building the software.

Data flow direction

We're creating an information architecture to support the feature-rich application that will ultimately sit on top of this architecture. Data flows ...

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