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micro-react

Create microservice apps with React components

npm i micro-react

Usage

Create a server-side compatible React component

// App.js
const React = require('react')

const App = props => (
  <h1>Hello</h1>
)

module.exports = App

Add a start script to package.json

"scripts": {
  "start": "micro-react App.js"
}

Start the server with npm start

Request Object

The Node.js http request object is passed as props.req

const React = require('react')

const App = props => (
  <h1>Hello {props.req.url}</h1>
)

module.exports = App

Response Object

The Node.js http response object is passed as props.res. This can be used to set headers if you want to, for example, change the content type to image/svg+xml.

const React = require('react')

const SvgIcon = require('./SvgIcon')

module.exports = props => {
  props.res.setHeader('Content-Type', 'image/svg+xml')
  return <SvgIcon {...props} />
}

Async Components

Use async functions to fetch data and handle other asynchronous tasks before rendering.

const React = require('react')
const fetch = require('node-fetch')

const App = async props => {
  const res = await fetch('http://example.com/data')
  const data = await res.json()

  return (
    <h1>Hello {data}</h1>
  )
}

module.exports = App

Client-side JS

By default micro-react only serves static HTML. Pass the --bundle flag to create a browser-compatible bundle on start, that will be sent in the request after the React Node stream has finished.

micro-react App.js --bundle

See the examples for more.

MIT License

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