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React Metrics

React bindings for @figliolia/metrics!

This library is designed to make integrating Metric events with React rendering simple and effective. Often times, starting or stopping a Metric or interaction begins or ends with a Component reaching the browser and rendering to the screen. For this purpose, in this package you'll find utilities such as <MetricStart />, <MetricStop />, <MetricSubscription />, as well as their React hook equivalents!

Installation

npm i -S @figliolia/react-metrics
# or
yarn add @figliolia/react-metrics

Getting Started

StartMetric & StopMetric

import { Metric } from "@figliolia/metrics";
import { StartMetric, StopMetric } from "@figliolia/react-metrics"
 
const MyMetric = new Metric("My Metric");
 
export const MyComponent = () => {
  const [data, setData] = useState(null);
  useEffect(() => {
    fetch("/data").then(async data => {
      setData(await data.json());
    });
    return () => {
      MyMetric.reset();
    }
  }, []);
 
  if(!data) {
    return (
      <Fragment>
        <StartMetric metric={MyMetric}> // Calls your Metric's start() method on mount
        <Spinner />
      </Fragment>
    );
  }
 
  return (
    <Fragment>
      <InteractiveUI data={data} />
      <StopMetric metric={MyMetric} /> // Calls your Metric's stop() method on mount
    </Fragment>
  );
}

useStartMetric & useStopMetric

Swapping your <StartMetric /> for useStartMetric():

import { Metric } from "@figliolia/metrics";
import { useStartMetric } from "@figliolia/react-metrics";

const MyMetric = new Metric("My Metric");

export const MyComponent = () => {
  const [data, setData] = useState(null);
	// Start Metric on mount!
  useStartMetric(MyMetric);
  useEffect(() => {
    fetch("/data").then(async data => {
      setData(await data.json());
    });
    return () => {
      MyMetric.reset();
    }
  }, []);

  if(!data) {
    return <Spinner />;
  }

  return (
    <InteractiveUI data={data} />
    // Stop Metric when the UI is fully interactive!
    <StopMetric metric={MyMetric} />
  );
}

Swapping your <StopMetric /> for useStopMetric():

import { Metric } from "@figliolia/metrics";
import { useStopMetric } from "@figliolia/react-metrics";

const MyMetric = new Metric("My Metric");

export const MyComponent: FC<{ data: string[] }> = ({ data }) => {
  // Stops the provided metric on mount!
  useStopMetric(MyMetric);
  return (
    <ol>
      {data.map(item => {
        return <li key={item}>{item}</li>
      })}
    </ol>
  );
}

MetricSubscription & useMetricSubscription

Metrics provide pub-sub functionality useful for executing behaviors based upon the completion, success, failure, or duration of a given Metric. The <MetricSubscription> and useMetricSubscription() utilities allow developers to declare Metric subscriptions right from their React code - and have their subscriptions bound automatically to the Component's lifecycle:

import type { Metric } from "@figliolia/metrics";
import { MetricSubscription } from "@figliolia/metrics";
 
const DurationDisplay: FC<{ metric: Metric<any, any >}> = ({ metric }) => {
  const [duration, setDuration] = useState<number | null>(null);
 
  return (
    <Fragment>
      <MetricSubscription
        event="stop"
        metric={metric}
        callback={metric => {
          setDuration(metric.duration)
        }} />
      {
        duration === null ?
         <div>{metric.name} is currently {metric.status}</div>
        :
         <div>{metric.name} is complete! The duration was {duration} milliseconds</div>
      }
    </Fragment>
  );
}

Similarly, the same functionality can be achieved using the useMetricSubscription() hook:

import type { Metric } from "@figliolia/metrics";
import { useMetricSubscription } from "@figliolia/metrics";
 
const DurationDisplay: FC<{ metric: Metric<any, any>}> = ({ metric }) => {
  const [duration, setDuration] = useState<number | null>(null);
 
  useMetricSubscription({
    metric,
    event: "stop",
    callback: (metric) => {
      setDuration(metric.duration);
    }
  });
 
  if(duration === null) {
    return <div>{metric.name} is currently {metric.status}</div>
  }
 
  return <div>{metric.name} is complete! The duration was {duration} milliseconds</div>
}

Demo Application

To find some recipes in an example application, please reference our Demo App

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