Nice... usually when I see more than 3 upvotes on an article, it's either pretty good/useful or spam. Glad it's the former. Not sure I'd use storeon over redux in anything resembling a complex app though... there's value in the module system. Though, you could probably just copy and tweak as needed for the size of the main store, and use the rest with it. Similarly, although I find other react-alikes interesting, the feature parity isn't there and real world performance isn't that impacted vs. having the extra dev support in react.