Web UI Architecture

Web UI Architecture State Management, Validation, and Framework Context

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State management allows objects to have one or more states. As a state changes, the correct chain of events will be fired of and appropriate properties will be modified. - Question: Do you use routes with state management? Validation engines provide the user with results and update stating information based on valid/invalid operations. Validation function should be abstracted whenever possible to promote reusability. The framework context contains all the framework abstractions and distributes functionality to any registered objects. All framework code and implementations are initialized in the context and messaging/state management are enabled above the application level.

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