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Pluggable, singleton-free container for isomorphic Flux applications.

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  • Singleton-free for server rendering
  • Store dehydration for client bootstrapping
  • Stateless async actions
  • Higher order components for easy integration
  • Enforcement of Flux flow - restricted access to the Flux interface from within components
  • Pluggable - add your own interfaces to the Flux context
  • Updated for React 15



import Fluxible from 'fluxible';
import {createStore} from 'fluxible/addons';
import {
} from 'fluxible-addons-react';
import React from 'react';
import ReactDOM from 'react-dom/server';
// Action 
const action = (actionContext, payload) => {
    actionContext.dispatch('FOO_ACTION', payload);
// Store 
const FooStore = createStore({
    storeName: 'FooStore',
    handlers: {
        'FOO_ACTION': 'fooHandler'
    initialize: function () { // Set the initial state = null;
    fooHandler: function (payload) { = payload;
    getState: function () {
        return {
// Component 
class App extends React.Component {
    render() {
        return <span>{}</span>
App = provideContext(connectToStores(App, [FooStore], (context, props) => {
    return context.getStore(FooStore).getState();
// App 
const app = new Fluxible({
    component: App,
    stores: [FooStore]
// Bootstrap 
const context = app.createContext();
context.executeAction(action, 'bar', (err) => {

Browser Compatibility

Fluxible is written with ES2015 in mind and should be used along with polyfills for features like Promise and Object.assign in order to support all browsers. We recommend using Babel along with its polyfill.


This software is free to use under the Yahoo Inc. BSD license. See the LICENSE file for license text and copyright information.