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Flux Architecture by Adam Boduch

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Chapter 3. Building a Skeleton Architecture

The best way to think in Flux is to write code in Flux. This is why we want to start building a skeleton architecture as early as possible. We call this phase of building our application the skeleton architecture because it isn't yet the full architecture. It's missing a lot of key application components, and this is on purpose. The aim of the skeleton is to keep the moving parts to a minimum, allowing us to focus on the information our stores will generate for our views.

We'll get off the ground with a minimalist structure that, while small, doesn't require a lot of work to turn our skeleton architecture into our code base. Then, we'll move on to some of the information design goals of the skeleton architecture. ...

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