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Mutik

A tiny (495B) immutable state management library based on Immer

Quick Start

yarn add mutik

or

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Example

To use Mutik with React, you'll need to install React and React DOM from the experimental release channel because Mutik uses the recently-merged useMutableSource hook internally.

yarn add react@experimental react-dom@experimental
import React from 'react';
import { render } from 'react-dom';
import { createStore, Provider, useSelector } from 'mutik';

// Create a lil' store with some state
let store = createStore({
  count: 0,
});

// Pass the store to the Provider.
function App() {
  return (
    <Provider store={store}>
      <div>
        <Label />
        <Buttons />
      </div>
    </Provider>
  );
}

// You can mutate the store from anywhere you want to,
// even outside of React code. Mutate is based on immer.
function increment() {
  store.mutate(state => {
    state.count++;
  });
}

// Or you can update it like React.useState's update
function decrement() {
  store.set(prevState => ({
    ...prevState,
    count: prevState.count - 1
  });
}

// You don't need to pass the store down as a prop either
function Buttons() {
  return (
    <React.Fragment>
      <button onClick={decrement}>-</button>
      <button onClick={increment}>+</button>
    </React.Fragment>
  );
}

// Lastly, you can subcribe to "slices" of state with useSelector
// Note: be sure to memoize these with React.useCallback if you need to select based on props
function Label() {
  const selector = React.useCallback(state => state.count, []);
  const count = useSelector(selector);
  return <p>The count is {count}</p>;
}

render(<App />, window.root);

API

createStore<S>(intialState: S): Store<S>

Create a Mutik store given some initial state. The store has the following API you can use in or out of React.

store

Method Description
get() Get the current state. Do not use this inside of React, you should instead use useSelector
set(nextState: S | (prevState: S) => V): void; Set state. This can either take a new value or and updater function (just like React.useState's updater)
on(listener: Function): () => void; Subscribe to store. Pass in a callback function that will be executed on updates. on() returns the unsubscribe function for your convenience.
off(listener: Function): void; Unsubscribe a given listener function
reset(): void Set state back to the initialState used when creating the store
mutate(updater: (draft: Draft) => void | S): void; Immer-style updater function.

useSelector<S, V>(selector: (s: S) => V)

React hook to subscribe to Mutik state. Must be called underneath a Mutik Provider.

const selector = state => state.count;

function Label() {
  const count = useSelector(selector);
  return <p>The count is {count}</p>;
}

You can use props with Mutik selector. For performance, it's a good idea to memoize the selector with React.useCallback. For example:

function User({ id }) {
  const selector = React.useCallback(state => state.users[id], [id]);
  const user = useSelector(selector);
  return <p>The username is {user.name}</p>;
}

<Provider />

Mutik context provider. Pass your store as store prop. For example:

import React from 'react';
import { createStore, Provider } from 'mutik';

// Create a lil' store with some state
let store = createStore({
  count: 0,
});

// Pass the store to the Provider.
function App() {
  return (
    <Provider store={store}>
      <div>{/* ... stuff */}</div>
    </Provider>
  );
}

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