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conjure-typescript-example

A small recipe frontend application that demonstrates the simple usage of conjure tooling.

Overview

Tools and Libraries

This example project uses the following tools and libraries, please consult their respective documentation for more information.

Project Structure

  • conjure-recipe-example-app - a react application project that uses conjure generated typescript bindings for talking to a server that implements the same Conjure API

    This is what the project looks like:

    └── src/
        ├── components/
        ├── recipesApp.tsx
        ├── services/
        │   └── index.ts
        └── store/
            ├── actions/
            ├── createStore.ts
            ├── index.ts
            ├── reducers/
            ├── state/
            └── state.ts
    
    • src/recipesApp.tsx - the main component of this app
    • src/components - defines react components
    • src/services - uses conjure-typescript-runtime and the generated conjure-recipe-example-api to define a remote RecipeBookService
    • src/store - defines the redux store for this app
      • src/store/actions - defines actions that are exported to the react app
      • src/store/reducers - defines reducers that implement the behaviour of the actions on the state
      • src/store/state - defines the state type hierarchy

How to depend on a conjure API

gradle-conjure publishes conjure APIs to NPM (via the publishTypeScript task), so you can depend on the API like any other package.

Make sure to also add a dependency on conjure-client in your package.json:

   "dependencies": {
     "@blueprintjs/core": "^3.0.1",
+    "conjure-client": "^1.2.0",
+    "conjure-recipe-example-api": "^0.2.0",
     "react": "^16.4.1",
     "react-dom": "^16.4.1",
     "react-redux": "^5.0.7",

Development

Useful Yarn Commands:

  • yarn build to build and test the project
  • yarn start to run a development build and start serving the app
  • yarn lint --fix to fix any lint errors in the entire project

Generate New or Modify Existing APIs

Please follow this section in conjure-java-example's readme.

Create React App guide

This project was bootstrapped with Create React App. Please refer to this guide here for how to perform common tasks.

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