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  1. The Web Platform Podcast : 12: Flux Application Architecture & React

    “Flux is the application architecture that Facebook uses for building client-side web applications. It complements React’s composable view components by utilizing a unidirectional data flow. It’s more of a pattern rather than a formal framework, and you can start using Flux immediately without a lot of new code.” - Facebook’s Flux Architecture Home Page -


    Bill Fisher (@fisherwebdev), Facebook Software Engineer & Lead Developer of the Flux Documentation, joins The Web Platform Podcast for ‘Episode 12:  Flux Application Architecture & ReactJS.’


    Bill talks with hosts Nick Niemeir (@nickniemeir) & Erik Isaksen (@eisaksen) about Flux, an application architecture similar in ideas to CQRS & Data Flow Programming. It was created to alleviate the performance & scalability problems that Facebook encountered in building Facebook Messenger (Watch ‘Hacker Way: Rethinking Web App Development at Facebook’ - a presentation by Jing Chen, Software Engineer at Facebook, for further information). Flux promotes a unidirectional data flow model through an application. In contrast to MVC, Flux mainly consists of Stores, a central Dispatcher, and Controller-Views.

    Facebook has React.js as its view layer and and Flux is quickly becoming the architectural design of choice for many of its other web applications. The support, power, and marketing behind the Angular.js and Ember.js frameworks is undeniable and when Facebook released React.js many developers misunderstood its Virtual DOM approach because it was not like the frameworks developers are used too. Despite that, Facebook has proved itself a ‘contender’ in the eyes of many in the development community and many developers and engineering teams are switching their ‘framework of choice’ to React.js.


    Flux combined with React.js offers many appealing possibilities but it is not limited to use with just React.js. Flux is an application architecture and it can be used as a pattern in almost any technology stack for web application development.


    Flux & React Resources

    Introduction - http://facebook.github.io/react/docs/flux-overview.html

    Github Source Code - https://github.com/facebook/flux

    Chat Example Tutorial  -http://facebook.github.io/flux/docs/chat.html#content

    ReactiveElement Article - http://addyosmani.github.io/react-interop/demo.html

    Flux Home Page - http://facebook.github.io/flux/

    PropTypes - https://github.com/facebook/react/blob/master/src/core/ReactPropTypes.js

    Testing Article - http://facebook.github.io/react/blog/2014/09/24/testing-flux-applications.html

    Facebook’s Jest  - http://facebook.github.io/jest/

    OM ClojureScript Interface to React - https://github.com/swannodette/om  

    React.js - http://facebook.github.io/react/

    Roundup - http://facebook.github.io/react/blog/2014/09/12/community-round-up-22.html

    Hacker Way: Rethinking Web App Development at Facebook - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYkdrAPrdcw&list=PLb0IAmt7-GS188xDYE-u1ShQmFFGbrk0v


    Flux Projects In Progress

    Adobe Brackets - http://brackets.io/

    Yahoo Mail -  http://mail.yahoo.com


    Flux Implementations

    Reactive Elements - http://pixelscommander.com/polygon/reactive-elements/example/#.VCVD7yldXkR

    ReFlux - https://github.com/spoike/refluxjs

    Fluxxor - http://fluxxor.com/

    Fluxie - https://github.com/jmreidy/fluxy

    DeLorean - http://deloreanjs.com/


    React Channels

    Facebook Support - http://facebook.github.io/flux/support.html

    Stackoverflow - http://stackoverflow.com/search?q=flux+react

    IRC - irc://chat.freenode.net/reactjs

    Google Group - https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/reactjs



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  2. Pete Hunt, Software Engineer for Facebook, discussing Facebook’s open source js UI framework, React | CodeWinds

    Jeff interviews Pete Hunt, Software Engineer for Facebook, on the history and design of Facebook’s React web UI framework for javascript and Node.js


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  3. Lonely sandwich magic and a place for the soul with Merlin Mann

    Merlin Mann was part of You Look Nice Today. That show is so good, he could have just stoped making cool stuff after it was finished. He didn’t. He keeps making awesome things. We talked about them. And other stuff. Whom is Casey Liss?

    You can read about how and why this podcast came to be here and subscribe here. You can also support this show and a great podcast network here.

    Any and all feedback is very welcome! You can reach me on Twitter or email at hello(at)stormingmortal.com

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    Show notes:

    1. Back To WorkDan Benjamin

    2. You Look Nice TodayAdam LisagorScott Simpson

    3. Roderick on the Line

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  4. Song Exploder | Maximum Fun


    Song Exploder


    Jimmy Tamborello

    "The District Sleeps Alone Tonight"

    Our first guest on Song Exploder is Jimmy Tamborello, aka Dntel, aka one half of The Postal Service (the other half being Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie). Jimmy breaks down "The District Sleeps Alone Tonight," and talks about his instruments, his influences, and how he accidentally made a loop out of Jenny Lewis’s backing vocals.

    Buy the song on iTunes here.

    Watch the video here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUIBnmdJJ50

    footnotes, references, links:Björk – HomogenicMorr Music (German electronic record label)

    Lali Puna – website | on iTunes


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