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@anew/router

2.2.1 • Public • Published

Anew Router

A lightweight React Router framework Use react-navigation for react native routes.

The routes utility uses react-router-dom and react-router-config to define application routes. The utility adopts a cascading syntax (method chaining) to build the config passed to react-router-config.

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Installation

To install anew directly into your project run:

npm i @anew/router -S

for yarn users, run:

yarn add @anew/router

Create Routes

import Router from '@anew/router'
 
Router.use({
    // Config
    history: createHashHistory(),
    basename: '/my-app',
 
    // Top Level Props
    component: EntryComponent,
    routes: [
        {
            // HomeComponent will be rendered if the current path matches
            // the define path.
            path: '/home',
 
            // Assign a name to a route to easily access its properties
            // along with other AnewRouter actions. This allows for more
            // scalable routing since changing route props such as the path
            // will not require a refactor if the name is used. Also,
            // it makes it easier to call a route that has a long path.
            name: 'home',
            component: HomeComponent,
        },
        {
            path: '/about',
 
            // Optionally use Route render method instead of component
            render: () => <h1>About</h1>,
        },
        {
            path: '/contact',
            component: ContactComponent,
 
            // Pass Route props as documented in react-router package
            exact: true,
            strict: true,
        },
        {
            // Define arguments in the path
            // The :member argument is made optional with the `?` symbol
            // Both `/members/1` and `/member/` will render the route
            path: '/members/:member?',
            component: MembersComponent,
 
            // Define custom props
            // ex.
            // Useful when creating a sidebar component to only
            // render routes that have the `showInSidebar` flag.
            showInSidebar: true,
        },
        {
            // The router will redirect to the `home` route
            // when the path matches.
            path: '/',
            redirectTo: 'home'
        },
    ],
})

Rendering Routes

/**
 | ------------------
 | Components
 | ------------------
 */
 
class AppEntry extends React.Component {
    render() {
        const { RouterView } = this.props
 
        return (
            <div className="container">
                <Navbar />
                <div className="body">
                {
                    RouterView({
                        // Pass custom props
                        // to all child route components
                        someProp: 'someValue'
                    })
                }
                </div>
                <Footer />
            </div>
        )
    }
}
 
class AppTemplate extends React.Component {
    render() {
        const {
            // Prop passed from parent route 
            // in AppEntry Component
            someProp,
 
            // Props passed from AnewRouter
            route,
            RouterView,
            location: { pathname },
        } = this.props
 
        return (
            <div className="container">
                <div>Applications</div>
                <Sidebar>
                {
                    route.routes.map(route => (
                        <Sidebar.Item active={route.action.is(pathname)}>
                            {captialize(route.name)}
                        </Sidebar.Item>
                    ))
                }
                </Sidebar>
                <div className="body">{RouterView()}</div>
                <button>Action</button>
            </div>
        )
    }
}
 
/**
 | ------------------
 | Routes
 | ------------------
 */
 
Router.use({
    component: AppEntry,
    routes: [
        {
            path: '/home',
            component: HomeComponent,
        },
        {
            path: '/about',
            component: AboutComponent,
        },
        {
            path: '/app',
            component: AppTemplate,
            routes: [
                {
                    path: '/todo',
                    component: ToDoComponent,
                },
                {
                    path: '/calculator',
                    component: CalculatorComponent,
                },
            ],
        },
    ]
})
 
/**
 | ---------------------
 | Mount
 | ---------------------
 */
 
import Anew from '@anew/anew'
 
Anew.use(Router)
    .render('#root')
 
// or you may pass entry component instead of defining
// it in routes\
Anew.use(Router)
    .render(AppEntry, '#root')
 
/**
 | ------------------
 | Using ReactDOM.render
 | ------------------
 */
 
ReactDOM.render(Router.wrap(), document.getElementById('root'))
 
// alternative
ReactDOM.render(Router.wrap(AppEntry), document.getElementById('root'))

Router Components

import Router from '@anew/router'
 
// Same as react-router Redirect component
// However a route name can be passed rather
// than passing the full path of `about` to the `to` prop
<Router.Redirect name='home' />
 
// Same as react-router Link component
<Router.Link name='about' />

Router Utilities

/**
 | ------------------
 | Routes
 | ------------------
 */
 
Router.use({
    routes: [
        {
            path: '/pathOne',
            component: PathOneComponent,
            name: 'path-one-name',
        },
        {
            path: '/pathTwo/:id',
            component: PathTwoComponent,
            name: 'path-two-name',
        },
        {
            path: '/group',
            name: 'group-name',
            routes: [
                {
                    path: '/one',
                    ...
                },
                {
                    path: '/two',
                    ...
                },
            ],
        },
    ]
})
 
/**
 | ------------------
 | Checks
 | ------------------
 */
 
// @return true
// Checks if group-name path matches or contains the pathname
Router.contains('/someGroup/one', 'group-name')
 
// @return true
// Alternative method for above
Router.get('group-name').is('/someGroup/one')
 
Router.get('GroupName').contains('/someGroup/one') // true
 
/**
 | ------------------
 | Getters
 | ------------------
 */
 
// @return
// [{ path: '/pathTwo/:param', component: AppComponent, name: PathTwoName, ...otherprops }]
// Return all routes that match the given pathname
Router.match('/pathTwo/1')
 
// @reutrn
// [{ path: '/group/one', ... }]
// You can also define a group name to check for matchs
Router.match('/group/one', { name: 'group-name' })
 
// @return
// [{ path: '/group/one', ... }]
// Alternative for above
Router.get('group-name').routes('/group/one')
 
// @return
// { path: '/pathTwo/:param', component: AppComponent, name: PathTwoName, ...otherprops }
// Returns the route's data
Router.get('path-two-name').data()
 
// @return
// /pathTwo:id
// Returns a specific data property
Router.get('path-two-name').data('path')
 
// @return
// /pathTwo/1
// Returns the route's compiled path
Router.get('path-two-name').path({ id: 1 })

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npm i @anew/router

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