this.store = MyStoreClass;in the constructor of both components. It won't make a second instance of the store, only one singleton instance of the store will be made and both components will listen to/update off of it.
Hi all. Hopefully this is an easy question. I'm using Reflux under ES6 and my store state isn't accessible in my React component under this.state.
I did set this.store in the component constructor and am extending Reflux.Component and Reflux.Store. I can access state through this.store.state, but would really like the component state to get merged in.
Is there something I'm missing here?