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5th
Oct 2015
Mikael Brassman
@spoike
Oct 05 2015 04:36
@mtiigi only if you're dynamically creating actions and stores in the browser or node, which they weren't meant to be used.
Mikael Brassman
@spoike
Oct 05 2015 04:42
@benvinegar reflux only calls setState when a store triggers. I'm pretty sure when I've tested it (doing that in the todo project) that React renders anew when setState was called even if the array was changed. That said you should be using immutable data structures such as morijs or immutablejs.