Chapter 24. Handling Application State
From early on in this book, you've been using state to control your React components. State is an important concept in any React application because it forms the essence of what the user interacts with. Without state, you just have a bunch of empty React components.
In this chapter, you'll learn about Flux and how it can serve as the basis of your information architecture. Then, we'll think about how to build an architecture that best serves web and mobile architectures. We'll also take a look at the Redux library before we talk about some of the limitations of React architectures and how you might overcome them.
Information architecture and Flux
It can be difficult to think of user interfaces as information ...