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Flux Architecture by Adam Boduch

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Packaging Flux components

In this last section, we'll think about the composition of large Flux applications from the point of view of packages. First, we'll make the case for a monolithic distribution of a Flux application, and the point at which this approach becomes untenable. Then we'll talk about packages, and how they help us scale up the Flux application development effort. Finally, we'll walk through an example of how this might work.

The case for monolithic Flux

Anyone who has been caught in dependency hell knows that it's an unpleasant place to be. Generally speaking, we bring these issues on ourselves by relying too heavily on third-party packages. For example, we might use a couple components from a gigantic library, or we might use ...

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