So, there is a new architecture in town, FLUX, and it is starting to get some solid ground. There are several implementations of it, amongst those Facebook Flux, Yahoo Dispatchrı, Fluxxor, McFly and jFlux, which I have personally been working on. One of the core conceps in FLUX is stores. A store will emit a change event whenever any of the state held within the store changes. Any components listening to changes to stores will grab state from the respective store and render. In this article we are going to take a look at the rendering of React JS when it operates in a traditional FLUX environment.