In the face of the growing complexity of frontend applications, ensuring a smooth and responsive user experience is a significant challenge. When an application becomes complex and the need for reactivity increases, effective management of the application's state becomes crucial. This is what allows for the ideal synchronization of data between different components.
But how can you choose the ideal technique without overloading your application or risking future complications? We are familiar with Redux, MobX, RX, and others, which are the most popular solutions, but they are, in fact, implementations of the same pattern that web giants established several years ago: the 'Flux' pattern.
Imagine this: you have new posts ready to be displayed on your feed, and at the same time, you see a notification bubble appear on your home icon. How do you synchronize these two pieces of information that appear in different parts of your product?