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🧐   Why?

Forget about actions, connections, reducers and a lot of boilerplate to create and manage states. With reworm you can create and manage state as simple as on the image above.

Todo List Example

πŸ’» Β  Install and Usage

Install reworm using your package manager

$ yarn add reworm

Then just wrap your app with our Provider, create your new state and use it!

import React from 'react'
import { Provider, create } from 'reworm'

const { get } = create('userStore', { name: 'John' })

const App = () => (
  <Provider>
    <div>{get(s => s.name)}</div>
  </Provider>
)

Change your state easily

Instead of defining actions or something else to change your state, with reworm you just need to use the set method like that:

import React from 'react'
import { Provider, create } from 'reworm'

const { set, get } = create('userStore', { name: 'John' })

class App extends React.Component {
  componentDidMount() {
    set(prev => ({ name: 'Peter' + prev.name }))
  }
  render() {
    return (
      <Provider>
        <div>{get(s => s.name)}</div>
      </Provider>
    )
  }
}

Using selectors

Selectors are good because they prevent you from duplicating code. With it you can just create some functions and use them throughout your application.

import React from 'react'
import { Provider, create } from 'reworm'

const { select } = create('userStore', { list: ['Peter', 'John'] })

const johnSelector = select(state =>
  state.list.find(user => user.includes('John'))
)

const App = () => (
  <Provider>
    <div>{johnSelector(user => user)}</div>
  </Provider>
)

Listening state changes

If you want to listen changes on your state you can use subscribe():

import React from 'react'
import { Provider, create } from 'reworm'

const user = create('userStore')

class App extends Component {
  state = {
    name: 'John'
  }

  componentDidMount() {
    user.subscribe(name => this.setState({ name }))
    user.set('Michael')
  }

  render() {
    return <div>Hello {this.state.name}</div>
  }
}

Hooks

If you want to use hooks you can use the useReworm:

import React, { useEffect } from 'react'
import { Provider, create, useReworm } from 'reworm'

const store = create('userStore', { name: 'John' })

const App = () => {
  const { get, set } = useReworm('userStore')
  useEffect(() => {
    set(prev => ({ name: 'Peter' + prev.name }))
  }, []);

  return (
    <Provider>
      <div>{get(s => s.name)}</div>
    </Provider>
  )
}

πŸ”Ž Β  API

create<T>(storeName: string, initial?: T): State

Create a new state

get((state: T) => React.ReactNode)

Use this method to access your state

set((state: T | (prevState: T) => T) => T)

Use this method to set your state

select<S = any>(selector: (state: T) => S) => (fn: GetFn<T>) => React.ReactNode

Create selectors that can be used with your state and avoid repeating code.

subscribe: (fn: SubscribeFn<T>) => () => void

Use this method to listen state changes

πŸ“ Β  Typings

type PrevState<T> = (prevState: T) => T
type GetFn<T> = (state: T) => React.ReactNode
type SubscribeFn<T> = (state: T) => any

interface State<T> {
  get: (fn: GetFn<T>) => React.ReactNode
  set: (next: T | PrevState<T>) => void
  select: <S = any>(
    selector: (state: T) => S
  ) => (fn: GetFn<S>) => React.ReactNode
  subscribe: (fn: SubscribeFn<T>) => () => void
}

function create<T>(storeName: string, initial: T) => State<T>

πŸ•Ί Β  Contribute

If you want to contribute to this project, please see our Contributing Guide !