Since Flux has been announced we have seen an endless stream (a flux?) of Flux frameworks. Redux (rackt.github.io/redux) is 'yet another one', but for me it's special. A few highlights that set it apart from the rest are that it has a fully functional design, to the point that its stores are stateless (can you picture a stateless store?), a tiny API surface (and even its full weight is small, at 2kb of code added to the page), and the fact that it enables the use of a time-traveler debugger (sort of like the Elm language does). So, are you ready for time traveling?