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    Beautiful Redux

    class TodosManager {
        reduceCreate(state, text) {
            let newTodo = { text, completed: false }
            return [ ...state, newTodo ]
    const store = handleStoreCreation()
    const todos = getConflux(TodosManager)
    todos.action.create('a new todo')


    Install using npm:

    npm install --save fluxuate

    or use unpkg:

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    What Is It?

    Fluxuate is a suite of opt-in, high-level abstractions on top of Redux. Fluxuate does not replace Redux in any way. Fluxuate is designed to get out of your way if you ever need to bump down to raw Redux or use another third-party library.

    Fluxuate is designed to reduce boilerplate wherever possible. It is designed to be easy to read. It provides a declarative syntax for creating a Redux store and defining its behavior.

    Note that Fluxuate is in beta. Expect sudden, breaking changes between minor versions.

    The Basics

    In Fluxuate, pieces of the Redux state tree are controlled by Managers.

    import { Manage } from 'fluxuate'
    class TodosManager {}

    Managers are a very high-level abstraction. They can define default initial state, bound action creators, sub-reducers, action interceptors, and selectors.

    import { Actions, Manage, Reduce, Select, Value } from 'fluxuate'
    @Value([]) // start off with an empty array
    @Actions('create', 'delete')
    class TodosManager {
        reduceCreate(state, text) {
            let newTodo = { text, completed: false }
            return [ ...state, newTodo ]
        reduceToggle(state, index) {
            return [
                ...state.slice(0, index),
                ...state.slice(index + 1)
        selectIncomplete() {
            return this.state.filter(todo => !todo.completed)

    Managers are not used directly. Fluxuate creates a Conflux for every Manager. A Conflux is just a normal Redux reducer specially designed to reduce just the portion of state controlled by its Manager.

    import { Actions, Manage, Reduce, Value, getConflux } from 'fluxuate'
    import { createStore } from 'redux'
    @Actions('create', 'delete')
    class TodosManager {
    const todosConflux = getConflux(TodosManager)
    const store = createStore(todosConflux)
    store.getState() // []
    store.dispatch({ type: 'todos/create', text: 'be a boss' })
    export default todosConflux

    Fluxuate also exposes a store creation shorthand.

    import { handleStoreCreation } from 'fluxuate'
    const store = handleStoreCreation()
    export default store

    This will create the Redux store with an empty root reducer. We can load up our Manager whenever we want; before or after the store is created. Fluxuate will dynamically inject the Confluxes of newly-declared Managers into the reducer hierarchy. This makes code splitting a breeze!

    import store from './store/store'
    // Let's say that now we need the `todos` Manager.
    // Just import it and Fluxuate will inject its conflux into the reducer hierarchy.
    // Fluxuate will also force our store to re-calculate the state.
    import todos from './store/todos'
    store.getState() // { todos: [] }

    Apart from being normal Redux reducers, Confluxes have a few special properties.

    import store from './store/store'
    import todos from './store/todos' // retrieve our todos conflux
    todos.action.create('be a boss')
    store.getState() // { todos: [ { text: 'be a boss', completed: false } ] }
    todos.state // [ { text: 'be a boss', completed: false } ] // [ { text: 'be a boss', completed: false } ]
    todos.state // []

    Conflux.state is of particular note here. This is just a dynamic property (a getter) that will calculate the piece of state controlled by the Conflux's Manager. In this case, todos.state is an exact shorthand for store.getState().todos.

    Fluxuate will dynamically create the reducer hierarchy.

    import { Manage, handleStoreCreation } from 'fluxuate'
    class UrgentTodosManager {}
    const store = handleStoreCreation()
    store.getState() // { entities: { todos: { urgent: {} } } }

    To Be Continued...

    That's it for the basics. But there's still plenty more to Fluxuate. Check out the documentation for a much more in-depth rundown.

    Bugs, Suggestions, Feedback, Pull Requests, etc...

    Fluxuate is brand new! All suggestions and code contributions are super welcome. Let's make it awesome! Bugs can be sumitted to


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