All the client side state is handled by redux’s data flow with its three principles. Redux handles the UI state. Meteor by default has the ability to handle the Domain state ( server side mutable state, since ultimately data in the database has to change ). First article in the series explains it perfectly. What we leverage through Redux is distinct two types of actions only applicable
- Actions that return the new state, where reducer handles the business logic.
- Actions that handles the server side Domain State mutability namely inserting, updating, deleting date from the database.
It might seem silly (the second point ) coming from understanding Redux, but it becomes clearer when one reads the code of the github repo provided.
P.S: To Make sense of how react-paginate component is working : React Paginate Example