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Disclaimer: This answer disagrees with the current accepted answer. Keep an open mind and see why. We're all just trying to share knowledge here anyway right? Skip to end for TL;DR For anyone stumbling upon this now, this answer tries to stick to the design pattern of MVC in context of the web defined simply below: Model: the data persistence layer View: ...


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Usually you have to query DB every time you render a page. Q1 - Yes, you just have to select all items ordered by created date (well, you don't want to select ALL, but only how much you need for current page - see 'Pagination') Q2 - Yes. Same as above. This might not work exactly as you want, because SQL databases are not search engines. In SQL DB you can ...


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It turns out that this feature is called time travelling and it comes from flux or redux. I use redux, go check it out: http://redux.js.org



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