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README.md

Revery Memory Dojo

This readme includes a step by step guide on how to built a Memory app using Revery.

The finished examples can be found here: revery-memory

screenshot 2019-02-02 at 12 31 21

Instructions

Setup

Install all the depedencies using

esy install

Build and run the application a first time:

esy run

NOTE: The first build will take a while. Subsequent builds will be fast.

The result should be the a native application starts showing "Hello World".

During development you can continious build using:

esy dune build --watch

NOTE: Requires fswatch to be installed.

Creating a Component

  1. As a first step create a component Game inside App.re and extract the text "Hello World" into this component.
  2. Extract the component into a separe Game.re.

Initialize a Game and render the Cards

  1. Use the Memory.generateCards(); to create an initial set of cards.
  2. Create a Card component in a separate file.
  3. Map over your set of cards and render a black box for each of the cards.

HINT Just render them in a row using flexDirection(Row)`

Improve the Card

  1. Create a mapping between the card.value and a color set of your choice.

HINT Revery ships with a Colors module.

  1. Allow to pass in a color prop and render the card in the provided color.

HINT Use ~color as c as color is part of a revery module.

  1. Allow to pass in a visible prop and render render the color only when set to visible. In case visible is set to false render a white card.

HINT Revery ships with a Colors module. HINT Modify the generateCards function to have visible and non-visible card.

Make it interactive

  1. Move the initial cards into a state or reducer hook.

HINT For example React.Hooks.state(initialCards, slots)

  1. Implement an onClick prop on the Card component. Whenever the card is flipped log it in the Terminal.

  2. Instead of logging now flip the card using Memory.flipCard and update your cards state.

Polishing

  1. Use the Grid component from the solution to create 2 rows of 4 cards.

License

MIT License