I posted a question about architecture of a front-end application, and it has been closed as off topic, without any explication regarding why it would be off-topic :


It's a question about architecture, so maybe it's not well written, but it's definitely on topic, according to the help center.

Could anybody clarify why it's considered "off-topic"?

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I can't speak for certainty, but it looks like you understand the architectural direction that you want to go in. The difficulty you are having requires the implementation details in a particular technology stack and framework, which boils down to help writing the code to realize your design. Questions about writing code are off-topic here.

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    I disagree because I think there is a step between high-level design and code-specific implementation (namely, detailed architecture) but I get your point. Thanks for your answer.
    – gvo
    Commented Jul 11, 2019 at 9:02
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    @gvo: I am not an expert on this technology stack, but it seems the obvious conceptual solution to your question is to introduce your own cache, or a find a library or framework which provides one for those React widgets. From that point on, however, one probably has to dive into the technical details of React.
    – Doc Brown
    Commented Jul 12, 2019 at 17:21

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