Fluxible vs Yolk: What are the differences?
Fluxible: A pluggable container for universal flux applications, by Yahoo. Pluggable, singleton-free container for isomorphic Flux applications; Yolk: A user interface library built on RxJS and Virtual-dom. Yolk is a small library built on top of Virtual DOM and RxJS. It exposes a very limited API so that you don't have to spend weeks getting up to speed. Yolk components are just plain functions that return JSX.
Fluxible and Yolk are both open source tools. Fluxible with 1.82K GitHub stars and 230 forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Yolk with 950 GitHub stars and 35 GitHub forks.