Dont get hung up on the details right now. Get a prototype done as embrace the mantra of "perfect is the enemy of good". You will learn more by actually shipping something, even if it is very flaky.
This is how I do it. There's no substitute for excitement, so during the initial excitement about the project it's good to quick-code a whole bunch of stuff that you can refine later.
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