How to use
npx create-next-app --example with-refnux with-refnux-app # or yarn create next-app --example with-refnux with-refnux-app
Download the example:
curl https://codeload.github.com/zeit/next.js/tar.gz/canary | tar -xz --strip=2 next.js-canary/examples/with-refnux cd with-refnux
Install it and run:
npm install npm run dev # or yarn yarn dev
The idea behind the example
This example, just like
with-mobx examples, shows how to manage a global state in your web-application.
In this case we are using refnux which is an alternative, simpler, purely functional store state manager.
We have two very similar pages (page1.js, page2.js). They both
- show the current application state, including a simple counter value
- have a link to jump from one page to the other
- have an 'increment' button to increment the state of the counter
(it triggers the
When running the example, please, increment the counter and note how moving from page 1 to page 2 and back the state is persisted. Reloading any of the pages will restore the initial state coming from the server.
Each page uses
withRefnux helper which wraps the page in a Provider component.
Page components are connected to the state using refnux
store/ directory you can see a simple implmentation of
getInitialstatefunction that returns the initial state of the store. It's used only on SSR
counterIncrementaction that increments the counter state whe user pushes the corresponding button
setTitleaction that's used to set page title during pages
If you have any comment / question / pull requests please refer to the original repository where this example is developed and maintained.