Why does React emphasize on unidirectional data flow and Flux architecture?

Why does #ReactJS emphasize on unidirectional data flow and #Flux architecture?

  • The view is a function of the application state.
  • View components subscribe to the stores and automatically re-render themselves using the new data.
  • As the state can be mutated by both controller and view, sometimes the data flow becomes unpredictable.
  • In two way data binding the view is updated when the state changes, and vice versa.
  • By keeping the data flow unidirectional you keep a single source of truth i.e. Store.

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@Hashnoder: “Why does #ReactJS emphasize on unidirectional data flow and #Flux architecture?”


The official docs say that it gives you the control over how data flows throughout your app. I didn’t get this. How is this principle violated if I decide . Tagged with ReactJS,JavaScript,Flux.


Why does React emphasize on unidirectional data flow and Flux architecture?

6 lessons learned from going to production with React-Redux — Medium

6 lessons learned from going to production with React-Redux:  #ReactJS

  • Every React component uses several reducers in a real world application, as most advanced apps use several data pieces.
  • if its not in the react component and there is no actual data layer that is responsible then someone is, the action .
  • Every container can hold other containers and components.
  • Some claim that you should use only props, and some say that you should use props as the data representation and state for UI states of the view.
  • We decided to adopt this concept reference it as Container and Components.

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@ReactiveConf: “6 lessons learned from going to production with React-Redux: #ReactJS”


A few months ago i published a blog about how we started to move at Bizzabo from Backbone + RequireJS + Handlebars + Grunt to React + Redux…


6 lessons learned from going to production with React-Redux — Medium