Let's take a moment to recap the ingredients of our application architecture so far:
- React Web: Applications that run in web browsers
- React Native: Applications that run natively on mobile platforms
- Flux: Patterns for scalable data in React applications
Remember, React is just an abstraction that sits on top of a render target. The two main render targets are browsers and native mobile. This list will likely grow, so it's up to you to design your architecture in a way that doesn't exclude future possibilities. The challenge is that you're not porting a web application to a native mobile application; they're different applications, but they serve the same purpose.
Having said that, is there a way that you can still have some kind of unified information architecture based on ideas from Flux that can be used by these different applications? The best answer I can come up with, unfortunately, is sort of. You don't want to let...