0.1.0 • Published 4 years ago

@bleve/cync v0.1.0

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4 years ago

Cync

Flux simplified with an Immutable data store that stays insync with your react component.

Store

Stores are used to maintain a central state and define functions to manipulate that state using Immutable types.
If an object is passed in to the Store constructor it will be converted to Immutable types where possible

class MyStore extends Cync.Store {
  constructor(props) {
    super(props)
  }

  addLike(data) {
    // Shorthand function to update the user and set the new value in the Store state
    this.set('user.likes', data)
  }
  ...
}

// If an object is passed in to the Store constructor it will be converted to Immutable types where possible
export default new MyStore(...)

Built-in fields

state

The current state data of the store

lastState

The state data of the store before the last state change

Built-in functions

setState(newState, callback)

Similar to React's set state function setState will update the Stores state with the new Immutable value

clearState()

Reset the Stores to an empty state

get(fieldPath)

Get the value for a given Store fieldPath

has(fieldPath)

Check if a value exists for a given Store fieldPath

delete(fieldPath)

Delete the key and value for a given Store fieldPath

update(fieldPath, callback)

Update the value for a given Store fieldPath

onStoreDidUpdate(fieldPath, callback)

Watch a Store fieldPath for changes

offStoreDidUpdate(fieldPath, callback)

Remove watcher for Store fieldPath

createContainer(ReactComponent, { key: fieldPath, ... })

Creates a wrapper around the given ReactComponent that watches the defined fieldPaths in the Store and passes them in as props to the component using the given key as the prop name

Container

Containers are used to automatically pass Store values into your component as they change.

class News extends React.Component {

  handleButtonPress = (evt) => {
    // The store instance is also passed in as a prop
    this.props.store.addLike(...)
  }

  render() {
    // container values are passed in as props
    let { feed, likes, bookmarks } = this.props
    ...
  }
}

// Use your Store instance to create a Cync Container to automatically
// pass props in to your component. When the values are changed in the Store
// the new values are automatically passed into the component
export default Store.createContainer(News, {
  // The key (ex. `likes`) is the name of the prop you want the values to be passed in as
  // The value (ex. 'user.likes') is the Store value you wish to watch
  likes: 'user.likes',
  feed: 'feed',
  bookmarks: 'user.bookmarks',
})

License

MIT

Copyright 2017 BLeve, Inc.

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