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Suggestion: Add a `mapParamsToProps` to `withQueryParams` #69

leonelgalan opened this issue Jan 14, 2020 · 0 comments

Suggestion: Add a `mapParamsToProps` to `withQueryParams` #69

leonelgalan opened this issue Jan 14, 2020 · 0 comments


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@leonelgalan leonelgalan commented Jan 14, 2020

Coming from React-Redux's connect it felt limiting that the props had to be called query and setQuery. Having a mapParamsToProps(query, setQuery, ownProps?) allows complex configurations without rewriting components to use query and setQuery.

If there is interest, I'm willing to write a proper PR, but I would like guidelines on how to do it? As a breaking change or as a second HOC?

I apologize for my mix of JS and TS, I wrote my withQueryParams in JSX, but wanted to use the example in the README:

import React from 'react';
import {
} from 'use-query-params';

// withQueryParams.jsx
const withQueryParams = (paramConfigMap, mapParamsToProps) => (WrappedComponent) => {
  const Component = (props) => {
    const [query, setQuery] = useQueryParams(paramConfigMap);
    return <WrappedComponent {...mapParamsToProps(query, setQuery, props)} {...props} />;
  Component.displayName = `withQueryParams(${WrappedComponent.displayName || ||
  return Component;

// example.tsx
const WithQueryParamsExample = ({
  x: num,
  q: searchQuery,
  filters = [],
  onChange = () => {},
  onChangeAll = () => {},
}: any) => {
  return (
      <h1>num is {num}</h1>
      <button onClick={onChange}>Change</button>
      <h1>searchQuery is {searchQuery}</h1>
      <h1>There are {filters.length} filters active.</h1>
      <button onClick={onChangeAll}>Change All</button>

const mapParamsToProps = (query, setQuery) => {
  const { x, q, filters } = query;
  return {
    onChange: () => setQuery({ x: Math.random() }),
    onChangeAll: () =>
      setQuery({ x: Math.random(), filters: [...filters, 'foo'], q: 'bar' }, 'push'),

export default withQueryParams(
    x: NumberParam,
    q: StringParam,
    filters: ArrayParam,
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