Following Facebook’s definition, Flux is an application architecture that can be used for building frontend web applications. The intent of this pattern is to enforce a unidirectional flow of data between a system’s components, using events. Flux has 4 main components, namely Action, Stores, Dispatcher, and View:
View: The Views are controller-views. They listen to change events raised from the store, and re-renders appropriately. Views can add new actions to the dispatcher on user interactions.
Action: Actions are simple objects with some data and are created by the view.
Dispatcher: Dispatcher acts as a central hub, it receives all actions…
The Model-View-ViewModel(MVVM) pattern is a software architecture pattern which is a variant of Model-View-Controller(MVC) framework. Like MVC, the intent for this pattern is to separate the domain logic from the presentation logic. On top of it, it also separates the domain data from the view state. The MVVM architecture is commonly used in web development, especially for Single Page Applications. There are a few components in MVVM, namely the View, Model, and the ViewModel:
Model: Model holds the application’s business logic and the domain data.
View: View contains only the UI elements. …