Provider factory for Creating, Reading, Updating, and Deleting resources.
Creates a Redux store enhancer designed to replicate actions and states. Declaratively connect application state to data sources and create efficient, scalable, and reliable software.
Build your UI with React. Manage application state with Redux providers. Persist and share application state with replication. Use pure functions everywhere.
Provides routing to React components.
WIP helpers for testing components using `react-redux-provide`.
A simple blog application built with `react-redux-provide`. Demonstrates truly universal rendering with replication and queries.
Boilerplate w/ generator for building universal, extendable, and reusable React applications with `react-redux-provide`.
Boilerplate for creating your own distributable providers using `react-redux-provide`.
Provides user creation and authentication.
Provides interchangeable themes as classes, images, and icons to React components.
Provider factory for ES6 `Map` instances to be shared across multiple React components.
Tiny provider factory for generating IDs.
Provider factory for authenticating to some resource.
Provider factory for `Array` instances to be shared across multiple React components.
Tiny webpack plugin that adds `module.hot.accept` to the bottom of modules. Use with something like https://github.com/loggur/babel-plugin-react-hot.
Replicator for `redux-replicate` designed to locally persist the state of `redux` stores using `localforage`.
Replicator for `redux-replicate` designed to *synchronously* persist the state of `redux` stores in memory. Useful for universal rendering of replicator query results and optimistic queries.
Replicator for `redux-replicate` designed to persist the state of `redux` stores using Node's `fs`.
Tiny utility to convert boilerplate to your own package names.
A work-in-progress set of utilities for handling JSPM.
Dark theme for `bloggur`.
Light theme for `bloggur`.
Dark theme for `branches`.
Small wrapper around `github-api` to provide `branches` with a GitHub source.