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README.md

data-frisk-reagent

"Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please" - Mark Twain

Visualize your data in your Reagent apps as a tree structure.

Suitable for use during development.

Live demo

Install

Add data-frisk-reagent to the dev :dependencies in your project.clj

Usage

This library's public API consists of two reagent components: datafrisk.core/DataFriskShell and datafrisk.core/DataFriskView.

DataFriskShell

This is what you see in the animation above. The component renders as a single data navigation "shell" fixed to the bottom of the window. It can be expanded/hidden via a toggle at the bottom right hand corner of the screen.

Example:

(ns datafrisk.demo
  (:require [reagent.core :as r]
            [datafrisk.core :as d]))

(defn mount-root []
  (r/render
    [d/DataFriskShell
     ;; List of arguments you want to visualize
     {:data {:some-string "a"
             :vector-with-map [1 2 3 3 {:a "a" :b "b"}]
             :a-set #{1 2 3}
             :a-map {:x "x" :y "y" :z [1 2 3 4]}
             :a-list '(1 2 3)
             :a-seq (seq [1 2])
             :an-object (clj->js {:a "a"})
             :this-is-a-very-long-keyword :g}}
     {:a :b :c :d}]
    (js/document.getElementById "app")))

DataFriskView

This component lets you dig in to any data structure. Here's an example of its use:

(ns datafrisk.demo
  (:require [reagent.core :as r]
            [datafrisk.core :as d]))

(def app-state {:animals [{:species "Giraffe" :age 10} 
                          {:species "Rhino" :age 4} 
                          {:species "Monkey" :age 4}]})

(defn AnimalSalute [animal]
  [:div 
    (str "Hi " (:species animal) "!")
    [d/DataFriskView animal]])

(defn mount-root []
  (r/render
    [:div
     (for [animal (:animals app-state)]
       [AnimalSalute animal])]
    (js/document.getElementById "app")))

SpecView

This component shows spec error messages in a human friendly way.

(s/def :person/name string?)
(s/def :person/age number?)
(s/def :person/address string?)

(s/def :person/person (s/keys :req [:person/name
                                    :person/age
                                    :person/address]))

(s/def :app/persons (s/coll-of :person/person))

;; Render
[SpecView
  {:errors (s/explain-data :person/person {:likes 2
                                           :person/name 1
                                           :person/age "Jane"})}]

SpecTitleView

This is a convenience component that adds a title above the SpecView.

[SpecTitleView
 {:errors (s/explain-data :person/person {:likes 2
                                          :person/name 1
                                          :person/age "Jane"})}]

You can also override the title.

[SpecTitleView
 {:title {:style {:font-weight "700" :color "red"}
              :text "What ever you want"}
  :errors (s/explain-data :person/person {:likes 2
                                          :person/name 1
                                          :person/age "Jane"})}]

Parsing exceptions thrown when instrument is enabled

Here is an example of how you can render spec errors that are thrown when spec instrumentation finds an error.

;; Instrumentation is enabled
(cljs.spec.test.alpha/instrument)

(def state (atom {}))

(try
  (do-stuff)
  (catch js/Error e
    ;; Hack to get the name of the fdef'ed var from message, see why https://dev.clojure.org/jira/browse/CLJ-2166
    (when (:cljs.spec.alpha/problems (ex-data e))
      (swap! state assoc :current-error {:errors (ex-data e)
                                         :title {:text (second (re-find #"Call\sto\s#'(.*)\sdid"
                                                                        (aget e "message")))}}))
      nil))
      
      
;;;; In your render code

(defn my-exception-view-comp [state]
  [SpecTitleView (:current-error state)]) 
 

Re-frame

See the re-frisk project.

For more

See the dev/demo.cljs namespace for example use. There are also devcards that you can look at.

License

Copyright © 2017 Odin Standal

Distributed under the MIT License (MIT)