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Flux Architecture by Adam Boduch

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Preface

I love Backbone.js. It's an amazing little library that does so much with so little. It's also unopinionated—there are endless ways to do the same thing. This last point gives many Backbone.js programmers a headache. The freedom to implement things the way we see fit is great, until we start making those unavoidable consistency errors.

When I first started with Flux, I couldn't really see how such an architecture could help out a mere Backbone.js programmer. Eventually, I figured out two things. First, Flux is unopinionated where it matters—the implementation specifics. Two, Flux is very much like Backbone in the spirit of minimal moving parts that do one thing well.

As I started experimenting with Flux, I realized that Flux provides the ...

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