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Flux Architecture by Adam Boduch

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Summary

This chapter introduced you to Flux. Specifically, we looked at both what Flux is and what it isn't. Flux is a set of architectural patterns that, when applied to our JavaScript application, help with getting the data-flow aspect of our architecture right. Flux isn't yet another framework used for solving specific implementation challenges, be it browser quirks or performance gains—there's a multitude of tools already available for these purposes. Perhaps the most important defining aspect of Flux are the conceptual problems it solves—things like unidirectional data flow. This is a major reason that there's no de facto Flux implementation.

We wrapped the chapter up by walking through the setup of our build components used throughout the ...

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