Flux multiple store instances. The Flux way is to create singleton stores. They are not models as we are used to thinking about models in an ORM-style MVC pattern. Stores are instantiated only at the moment of the application’s initialization. They manage a “domain” of logic and data.
These singleton stores register a callback with the dispatcher. The callback is the only way data gets into the stores. Stores also provide getter methods as a public API — the only way data gets out. There are no setters. Stores are a universe of their own, completely in control of their data and behavior.
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