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Flux Architecture by Adam Boduch

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Summary

The focus of this chapter was on the view components of our Flux architecture and how they're loosely-coupled to the point that we can substitute rendering technologies. We started with a discussion on React itself and what makes it a good fit for Flux architectures. Then, we switched gears and covered the potential downsides of using ReactJS.

We spent some time implementing views that leveraged both jQuery and Handlebars. These are two mature technologies that many developers are familiar with and serve as a good jumping off point for implementing a Flux architecture. However, there are strong motivations for anyone implementing Flux to look at React as the view technology of choice.

We wrapped the chapter up with a discussion on using ...

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