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send-action

A tiny module for managing state.

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Install

npm install send-action

Minimal example

var createStore = require('send-action')

var state = {
  items: []
}

var actions = {
  setItem: function (state, data) {
    state.items.push(data)
    return state
  }
}

function onChange (state, action) {
  // render app
  console.log(state, action)
}

var send = createStore({
  state: state,
  actions: actions,
  onChange: onChange
})

send('setItem', { title: 'hi' })

See also

  • choo
    • The early versions of choo used send-action! Now choo uses an event emitter approach for managing state which is very cool yet slightly more verbose than I prefer.
  • unistore - The latest version of send-action looks a little more like unistore than it did before. Some differences of send-action include:
    • the source is not transpiled before publish and sticks to es5
    • state is mutable, so there's no setState function
    • managing action functions is a little simpler
    • not returning state from an action avoids triggering the onChange handler
    • no way to subscribe listeners, only the onChange handler
    • if you use react, you'll have an easier time using unistore as it comes with a Provider component

Contributing

Contributions are welcome! Please read the contributing guidelines first.

Conduct

Help keep this project open and inclusive. Please read and follow the code of conduct

Changelog

Read about the changes to this project in CHANGELOG.md. The format is based on Keep a Changelog and this project adheres to Semantic Versioning.

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MIT

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