Chapter 6. Changing Flux Store State

This chapter is about the continuing evolution of our Flux stores, as the application features we implement drive architectural improvements. In fact, this is something Flux architectures excel at—adapting to changes influenced by the application as they happen. This chapter dives into changing the design of stores and hammers home the idea that stores will change often. Higher-level changes to our stores might be necessary, such as introducing generic stores that are shared by several other stores that target specific features. As stores evolve, so do the dependencies between them; we'll look at how to manage inter-store dependencies using the dispatcher. We'll close the chapter with a discussion on keeping ...

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