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NOTE: This is the First Production Release!

NOTE: This release is a documentation enhancement only. The API is NOT impacted in any way.

  1. Our documentation has a new and improved look, using GitBook, integrated with JSDoc (for the API). I have not seen GitBook/JSDoc integrated before. If you are curious, read this article: Integrating GitBook with JSDoc to Document Your Open Source Project.

  2. Removed unused dependency: lodash.isarray

@KevinAst KevinAst released this Apr 6, 2017 · 21 commits to master since this release

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NOTE: This release is a tooling enhancement only. The API is NOT impacted in any way.

  1. Introduce project code coverage, with badges for both grade and coverage.

  2. Added pkgReview npm script that highlights any outdated installed packages and incorporate this into the check/prepublish scripts.

@KevinAst KevinAst released this Mar 27, 2017 · 32 commits to master since this release

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NOTE: This release is a documentation enhancement only. The API is NOT impacted in any way.

  1. The Dev Guide was refined to include Extending astx-redux-util along with an extensive Logging Extension section, showing how reducerHash() can play a key roll in implementing a centralized reducer-based logging utility.

  2. A Most Excellent Example was streamlined, replacing the placeboReducer with an anonymous arrow function.

@KevinAst KevinAst released this Mar 13, 2017 · 54 commits to master since this release

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  1. Parameter validation is now performed on all function calls. Invalid usage results in thrown exceptions. NOTE: The API is NOT impacted in any way.

  2. SideBar: Starting in this release, a distribution tarball (astx-redux-util_{ver}tar.gz) is promoted in the GitHub Releases Page, which contains various executable bindings and documentation (should you wish to retain the docs locally). Please refer to the Distribution section (in the docs) for more details.

@KevinAst KevinAst released this Mar 10, 2017 · 68 commits to master since this release

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  1. This release adds support for the InitialState parameter in each of the reducer composition utilities.

    This parameter optionally defines the fall-back state value used during the state initialization boot-strap process.

    In general, redux expects your state to have concrete values (i.e. something other than undefined). This means that the reduction entry point to each state element should define a default. Keeping this in mind, the InitialState parameter is optional, because some reducers are "by design" (when combined in a composition) intended to be mid-stream processors (i.e. NOT the reduction entry point).

    As is turns out, this simplifies the examples found in the astx-redux-util v0.1.0 release, in that NO app-supplied wrapper function is needed for the sole purpose of providing this initial value ... rather: the InitialState can be specified directly as a parameter to the astx-redux-util function.

@KevinAst KevinAst released this Mar 8, 2017 · 73 commits to master since this release

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  1. Holy Guacamole Batman! ... This commit has no parents!!