Difference Between React Flux and MVC

React Flux vs MVC

MVC

MVC is an acronym of 'Model View Controller.' It is the architectural pattern that is used to develop the user interface. It has three different logical components:

  • The Model,
  • The view, and
  • The Controller

It was first introduced in 1976 in the Smalltalk programming language. In MVC, every component is built to handle the specific development aspect of the application.

MVC is one of the most used web development frameworks for creating scalable projects.

MVC Architecture

MVC Architecture

There are three components of the MVC architecture that are as follows:

  • Model: It is responsible for maintaining the behavior and data of the application.
  • View: It is used for displaying the model in the user interface.
  • Controller: It is like an interface between the view components and the model. It takes the input from the user and manipulates the data (model), which causes the view to update.

Flux

It is an application architecture that is internally used by Facebook to build the client-web application with react. It is useful when the project includes dynamic data, and we require to keep our data updated effectively. It decreases the run-time errors.

 It is a programming concept, in which the data is uni-directional. This data entered in the app and flows in one direction until it gets rendered on the screen.

There are three major roles of a flux application:

  1. Dispatcher
  2. Stores
  3. Views (React Components)

Difference between MVC and Flux

Some points show how MVC is different from Flux are as follows:

S.no. MVC Flux
1 It is synchronous. It is asynchronous.
2 It is bi-directional. It is uni-directional.
3 In MVC, the key is the data hiding. In Flux, the keys are events and actions.
4 In MVC, logic gets handled by the controllers. In Flux, logic gets handled by the store.
5 The debugging is hard in MVC. Flux is easy to debug because of the dispatcher.
6   MVC is hard to understand because of the massive project size. Flux is easy to understand.
7 It is hard to maintain. It is easy to maintain.
8  The applications are hard to test. Testing is easy in it.
9 It is hard to scale. It is easy to scale.



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