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Flux Architecture by Adam Boduch

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Performance goals

It's time to switch gears and think about testing the performance of our Flux architecture. Testing the performance of a particular component can be difficult for the same reason that testing the functionality of a component is difficult—we have to isolate it from other code. On the other hand, our users don't necessarily care about the performance of individual components—just the overall user experience.

In this section, we'll discuss what we're trying to achieve with our Flux architecture in terms of performance. We'll start with the user perceived performance of the application, because this is the most consequential aspect of an under-performing architecture. Next, we'll think about measuring the raw performance of our Flux ...

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