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Store.registerModule({name: module}) module does not persist #1649

mjmnagy opened this issue Nov 20, 2019 · 2 comments

Store.registerModule({name: module}) module does not persist #1649

mjmnagy opened this issue Nov 20, 2019 · 2 comments


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@mjmnagy mjmnagy commented Nov 20, 2019

I am trying to make a component library that will be shared across several apps. Each app is internal to a larger global app and has their own domain.

The component library uses Vuex to allow users to change their preferences(Ex: want to increase the button size or change it's color).

In my components library project i created the index.js file which is the main file

import * as vsComponents from './components'        // imports all the components
import storeModule from './store/components'        //Imports the store module which is mentioned below

const install = (Vue, options = {}) => {
      if (! {                             //Must pass the store from the larger component
    throw new Error('Please provide vuex store.')

  //Register Store modules'components', storeModule) //Registers the module into the larger store

  // Use Components
  Object.values(vsComponents).forEach(vsComponent => { //Creates the components for vue to use

if (typeof window !== 'undefined' && window.Vue) {    //No 100% sure i need this ??? - i would like it ssr so im thinking its not required (any help here would be awesome too)

export default install

export * from './components/index'                 //Allows you to individually import each component

I use the following command to create the component library and upload it to bitbucket "scripts":{"production": "vue-cli-service build --target lib --name sc src/index.js"} in which src/index.js is the file with the code pasted above.

In my nuxt application, i

  1. npm i bitbucket project
  2. Create a file components.js in the plugin folder
  3. Add the file to nuxt.config.js - i have played around with the ssr true/false

Here my components.js file

import components from 'components'         //Component library
import Vue from 'vue'

export default context => {
  Vue.use(components, { store: })

The Funny part

On the initial load of the page, i can see the added state from the components library

<pre> {{ this.$store.state.components }} </pre>

When i refresh the page, the added state is now gone?!?!?!

TLDR Basically, i am importing a component lirbary as a plugin within nuxt. On the initial load, the plugin works as expect by injecting it's vuex module parameters into the nuxt's store. Upon subsequent loads, the vuex module is gone???

Essentially, all im trying to do is have the a basic store module held within the components library. This would keep everything consistent between apps and then add the module to the larger app store and be able to utilize/use it


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@mjmnagy mjmnagy commented Nov 20, 2019

stupid fucking @vue-bot

@mjmnagy mjmnagy changed the title Store module disappears Store.registerModule({name: module}) module does not persist Nov 20, 2019
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