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retil

Superpowers for React Developers.

Retil takes care of your app's foundation -- including authentication, routing, validation, async operations, and external state management -- so that you can focus on the bits that matter. It works great with both CRA and Next.js. It's built for React concurrent mode. It supports spiffy animated route transitions.

And you can start using it by importing a single hook.

Curious piqued?

Try the /examples – they're as easy as yarn start

Introducing Retil

Retil is a collection of React Utilities that are designed to work together and complement each other, with packages for:

Validation and async communication

Helps you validate forms, display busy indicators, and keep track of any issues that need to be shown to the user.

npm packages

examples

  • TODO

Authentication

Easily integrate Firebase Auth into your retil-based app.

Provides a common interface for functions like signOut() and signInWithPassword(), allowing for easy use with other retil utilities.

npm packages

  • retil-auth-firebase -- coming soon

examples

  • TODO

Routing

Gives you a useRouter() hook which makes animated route transitions easy. Works with concurrent mode, SSR, Next.js, CRA, lazily loaded components, suspense-loaded data, or anything else you might think to throw at it.

Provides helpers for <Link>s, redirects, 404 messages, and prefetching content for improved page load speeds. Integrates with any auth system for auth-dependent routing and redirects.

npm packages

api docs

examples

External state management

Helps you create, combine, transform and subscribe to suspendable state sources. Used internally by Retil's auth, history and routing packages.

Useful in situations where you need to work with one or more external data sources before they land in your React tree. For state originating from your UI components, you'll want to stick with React itself.

npm packages

api docs

  • TODO

examples

  • TODO

The Dream

I want you to be able to start and launch a web app with authentication, routing and payments in a single weekend. Retil is the foundation for that app. It's designed to get you started with the minimum effort possible -- both in terms of writing code, and learning APIs -- so that you can focus your energy on building something amazing.

Retil is one half of the project, with Frontend Armory being the other. Click the link and check it out!

License

Copyright © 2020 - 2021 James K. Nelson.

Contents of the /packages directory are licensed under the MIT License – see individual license files in directories.

Documentation, examples and website contents are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.