What is the difference between Flux and Redux?
Redux does not have a dispatcher. It relies on pure functions called reducers. It does not need a dispatcher. Each action is handled by one or more reducers to update the single store. Since data is immutable, reducers return a new updated state that updates the store Flux makes it unnatural to reuse functionality across stores in Flux, stores are flat, but in Redux, reducers can be nested via functional composition, just like React components can be nested. Redux store your state at only one place. While you can have many in Flux