From reading the docs I don't quite understand how Reflux async actions work. In particular I need to trigger something when an async action completes.   In one of my components I want to listen for an async action complete and then transition to...
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I'm building an app with React and Reflux, and I am trying to render a list of items in a specific order.   The items are custom Post components that are rendered in reverse chronological order, so the newest post is at the top of the list.  I am...
I'm trying to cache the rendered markup of the App component. I know that this is somehow "against the rules" but I'm in a server-less environment (chrome-extension). Upon page load i want to inject the cached App markup into the DOM....
Given I have an AJAX based search field that reacts on user input, requests search results from a backend via AJAX, shows the results in a dropdown below the search field, allows navigation through the search results via cursor keys and reacts on esc...
Edit:  I feel silly now. The problem was I wasn't requiring my store anywhere in my code, so it was never actually being created.  My refluxjs store is not calling its callback when I call the action it's listening to. Here is the relevant co...
I need to listen to following events and do action accordingly   Form submit event - if the form submission is successful, I need to broadcast success event Added Name Record and submit the data along with it to 3rd party service. If not, I need to b...
Is there a way how to globally console.log() all the fired actions in Reflux? Ideally prints theirs parameters at the same time....
Below is my content.jsx  var React = require('react'); var Reflux = require('reflux');  var ApplyInfo = require('./applyInfo');  var Actions = require('../actions/actions'); var DataStore = require('../stores/data-...
I have a jsx file using React components with Reflux. There is only one tiny action:  var ClickedAction = Reflux.createActions([   'clicked' ]);   How can I move this action to another file? According to the JSX documentation, it should be ea...

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