alt - Isomorphic flux implementation

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Check out the API Reference for full in-depth docs. For a high-level walk-through on flux, take a look at the Getting Started guide. What follows below applies only to the master branch of alt and not the latest distribution. Any questions? ask in the gitter room. Read about the Principles of Flux.

http://alt.js.org/
https://github.com/goatslacker/alt

Dependencies:

flux : 2.1.1
is-promise : 2.1.0
transmitter : 3.0.1

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