Logux: Redux actions on the server

At ReactNYC, in New York, USA

Combining ideas from Redux and CRDT, Logux is a new tool that replaces AJAX with real-time data in applications, synchronizing action logs between the client and server while providing an offline mode. This approach could significantly simplify application code and bring plug&play support for live updates and offline editing.

What if we can remove all our code for AJAX, and instead of using AJAX calls, we could simply synchronize Redux actions between client and server—and between clients?

Or what if our server could invoke Redux actions for the client, and the client could receive it the next time it goes online and connects with the server?

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