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Flux Architecture by Adam Boduch

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Chapter 7. Viewing Information

The view layer is the last data flow stop in a Flux architecture. Views are the essence of our application because they provide information directly to the user and respond directly to user interactions. This chapter takes a detailed look at view components within the context of a Flux architecture.

We'll start with a discussion about getting views their data, and what they can do with it once they have it. Next, we'll look at some examples that emphasize the stateless nature of Flux views. Then, we'll review the responsibilities of views in Flux architectures, which are different from views in other types of frontend architectures.

We'll wrap the chapter up with a look at using ReactJS components as the view layer. ...

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