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Flux Architecture by Adam Boduch

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View update order

While it's nice to be able to explicitly control the dependencies of our stores using waitFor(), views don't have such luxuries. In this section, we'll look at the order in which our views render UI elements. First, we'll look at the role stores have to play in the order of view updates. Then, we'll go over the cases where view order actually affects the user experience versus those where the ordering doesn't matter.

Store registration order

The order in which actions are dispatched to stores matters. When a store transforms its state, it also notifies any views listening to the store. This means that if one view is listening to a store that was registered with the dispatcher first, this view will be rendered before any other views. ...

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