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In this lesson we'll look at an overview of how Flux works, setup our application structure and tools, and create our first component.
In this lesson we'll create a very simple application dispatcher utilizing the open source flux dispatcher from Facebook.
In this lesson we'll build our actions which will be sent to our dispatcher.
In this lesson we'll create our Flux application's store which will manage the state of our application.
In this lesson we'll create our initial components using the architecture we've built so far.
In this lesson we'll shift the responsibility of managing the state of our application over to a higher-order component rather than having each component managing it's own state.
In this lesson we'll organize our components by feature.
In this lesson we'll introduce routing into our application using react-router 1.0
Using our established architecture we'll make short work of a few remaining tasks to meet our application requirements.
In this lesson we'll simplify future development by reducing the logic contained in our application's store.