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Flux Architecture by Adam Boduch

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Bare bone views

We've made some progress with our skeleton stores to the point where we're ready to start looking at skeleton views. These are simple classes, much in the same spirit as stores are, except we're not actually rendering anything to the DOM. The idea with these bare bone views is to affirm the sound infrastructure of our architecture, and that these view components are in fact getting the information they expect. This is crucial because the views are the final item in the Flux data-flow, so if they're not getting what they need, when they need it, we need to go back and fix our stores.

In this section, we'll discuss how our bare-boned views can help us more quickly identify when stores are missing a particular piece of information. ...

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