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    React SPA Routerizer

    React library for application routing (based on React Router) that prevents boilerplate code. This library eases routes definitions and routing job. Exposes a generic Router for create base app router, some hooks and a routes service (for breadcrumbs for example).

    Structure 📋

    ├── README.md
    ├── LICENCE.md
    ├── CHANGELOG.md
    ├── .vscode/ # vscode shared development config
    ├── src/
    │   ├── router/
    │   │   ├── components/
    │   │   │   ├── RouteChild.jsx # handle page rendering
    │   │   │   ├── Router.jsx # handle Switch and Route definitions
    │   │   │   └── RouterProvider.jsx # initializes router.service
    │   │   ├── router.hook.js # library hooks
    │   │   └── router.service.js # handle current routes
    │   └── index.js
    ├── package.json
    ├── jsconfig.js
    ├── .babelrc
    ├── .eslintrc.json
    └── .prettierrc.json
    • Router.jsx: contains generic router logic.
    • RouteChild.jsx: render current route component (a.k.a. page) and updates document (browser tab) title.
    • route.hook.js: contains hooks like useRoutePayload for get specific route payload.
    • route.service.js: routes handler. Initializes routing. Calculates complete paths for nested routes and data for breadcrumbs.
    • index.js: exports router, hooks and routes handler/service.

    How To Use 💡

    Should be initialized with RouterProvider on App.jsx like:

    import { RouterProvider, Router } from '@calvear/react-spa-routerizer';
    import routes from 'routes'; // your routes definition JSON
    
    export default function App()
    {
        return (
            <RouterProvider routes={ routes }>
                <Router
                    loader={ <div>Loading</div> }
                    DefaultChild={ () => <div>Page Not Found</div> }
                />
            </RouterProvider>
        );
    }

    Routes format are shown below:

    {
        key: 'unique-id',
        title: 'Main Page',
        path: '/',
        Layout: LayoutComponent,
        Child: PageComponent,
        payload: {
            ...
        }
    }
    • key: any unique string for route.
    • title: title shown in tab browser.
    • path: relative path of route.
    • Layout: optional. Layout component.
    • Child: Route/Page component.
    • payload: optional. The payload defined for route. May be accessed with useRoutePayload hook.

    Routers format are shown below:

    {
        key: 'unique-id',
        path: '/',
        Layout: LayoutComponent,
        DefaultChild: NotFoundPage,
        payload: {
            ...
        },
        routes: [
            ...
        ]
    }
    • key: any unique string for router.
    • title: optional. Title for nested routes, shown in tab browser.
    • path: base path for nested routes.
    • Layout: optional. Layout component for every child.
    • DefaultChild: default component on no one defined route.
    • payload: optional. The payload defined for router. May be accessed with useRoutePayload hook. Will be merged with low priority with child payload.
    • routes: array of sub-routes.

    Example:

    import { lazy } from 'react';
    
    // layouts container.
    const Layouts = {
        Card: lazy(() => import('layouts/card'))
    };
    
    // pages container.
    const Pages = {
        Main: lazy(() => import('pages/main')),
        Detail: lazy(() => import('pages/detail')),
        UserProfile: lazy(() => import('pages/user-profile')),
        UserEdit: lazy(() => import('pages/user-edit'))
    };
    
    export default [
        {
            key: 'main-page',
            title: 'Main Page',
            path: '/',
            Layout: Layouts.Card,
            Child: Pages.Main,
            payload: {
                header: 'List of Items'
            }
        },
        {
            key: 'detail-page',
            title: 'Detail Page',
            path: '/detail/:name',
            Layout: Layouts.Card,
            Child: Pages.Detail
        },
        {
            key: 'user-router',
            path: '/user',
            Layout: Layouts.Card,
            DefaultChild: () => <div>Page Not Found</div>,
            payload: {
                header: 'User Page'
            },
            routes: [
                {
                    key: 'user-profile',
                    title: 'User Profile',
                    path: '/profile',
                    Child: Pages.UserProfile
                },
                {
                    key: 'user-edit',
                    title: 'User Edit',
                    path: '/edit',
                    Child: Pages.UserEdit
                }
            ]
        }
    ];

    Hooks

    Library has some hooks for eases route state management.

    • useRoutePayload: returns current route payload.

    For this route definition:

    ...
    
    export default [
        {
            key: 'main-page',
            title: 'Main Page',
            path: '/',
            Child: Pages.Main,
            payload: {
                title: 'Main Page'
            }
        },
        ...
    ];

    We can access to it's payload, at '/' path, as below:

    import { useRoutePayload } from '@calvear/react-spa-routerizer';
    
    export default function MainPage()
    {
        const { title } = useRoutePayload();
    
        return (
            <div id='main-page'>
                <h1>{title}</h1>
            </div>
        );
    }
    • useQueryParams: returns URL query parameters.

    • useHashValue: returns URL hash value.

    • useRouteState: returns current route state, from React Router.

    Also, this library exports every hook from 'react-router' - see React Router Hooks for more information.

    • useHistory: gives you access to the history instance that you may use to navigate.

    • useLocation: returns the location object that represents the current URL.

    • useParams: useParams returns an object of key/value pairs of URL parameters.

    • useRouteMatch: attempts to match the current URL in the same way that a would.

    Recipes 📖

    • Public and Private routes.
    // public.routes.js
    import { lazy } from 'react';
    
    const Pages = {
        Login: lazy(() => import('pages/login')),
        Unauthorized: lazy(() => import('pages/unauthorized'))
    };
    
    export default [
        {
            key: 'login-page',
            title: 'Sign In',
            path: '/login',
            Child: Pages.Login
        },
        {
            key: 'unauthorized-page',
            title: 'Unauthorized',
            path: '/403',
            Child: Pages.Unauthorized
        }
    ];
    // private.routes.js
    import { lazy } from 'react';
    
    const Pages = {
        Main: lazy(() => import('pages/main'))
    };
    
    export default [
        {
            key: 'main-page',
            title: 'Welcome to my app',
            path: '/',
            Child: Pages.Main
        }
    ];
    // app.routes.js
    import { lazy } from 'react';
    import privateRoutes from 'routes/private.routes';
    import publicRoutes from 'routes/public.routes';
    
    const Layouts = {
        App: lazy(() => import('layouts/app'))
    };
    
    export default [
        {
            key: 'public-router',
            path: '/',
            routes: publicRoutes
        },
        {
            key: 'private-router',
            path: '/',
            routes: privateRoutes,
            Layout: Layouts.App,
            payload: {
                secured: true
            }
        }
    ];
    // App.router.js
    import { lazy } from 'react';
    import { useRoutePayload, Redirect, Router } from '@calvear/react-spa-routerizer';
    import { useIsAuthenticated } from 'security'; // custom security validation
    
    const DefaultPage = lazy(() => import('pages/not-found'));
    
    export default function AppRouter()
    {
        const { secured } = useRoutePayload();
        const { authenticated } = useIsAuthenticated();
    
        if (!secured && authenticated)
            return <Redirect to='/' />;
    
        if (secured && !authenticated)
            return <Redirect to='/login' />;
    
        return (
            <Router DefaultChild={ DefaultPage } />
        );
    }

    You should declare two routes files, and merge them in a main routes file.

    Linting 🧿

    Project uses ESLint, for code formatting and code styling normalizing.

    • eslint: JavaScript and React linter with Airbnb React base config and some other additions.
    • prettier: optional Prettier config.

    For correct interpretation of linters, is recommended to use Visual Studio Code as IDE and install the plugins in .vscode folder at 'extensions.json', as well as use the config provided in 'settings.json'

    Changelog 📄

    For last changes see CHANGELOG.md file for details.

    Built with 🛠️

    • React - the most fabulous JavaScript framework.
    • React Router - React most popular routing library.

    License 📄

    This project is licensed under the MIT License - see LICENSE.md file for details.


    by Alvear Candia, Cristopher Alejandro

    Install

    npm i @calvear/react-spa-routerizer

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    Version

    1.0.11

    License

    MIT

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