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React: Flux Architecture (ES6)

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Joe Maddalone
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As a React application grows, so does the needs for organization and patterns. How do components communicate? How do we manage state across the application? How is data shared between components?

These are the questions that Flux was built to answer.

In this series, we will explore React Flux, using ES6 (ES2015), babel, and webpack to manage our developer workflow.

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Maxime Bourgeois (illustration)

Learner Reviews

  • Ramesh
    3 years ago
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    Very clear and easy to follow, this has been so far the best React app creation and management course.

  • Piotr
    3 years ago
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    Its just saying how to build but its not explaining anything. if you do not get it from the code you will not find out anything how to use flux.

    Sorry but there is just no explanation what is doing what.

Course Content

49m • 10 lessons

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