a simple way to use cross-browser cookies that contain JSON.
Note this wrapps js-cookie
Is it ready for prime time?
These are just some simple bindings to the library it wraps. I've used it on some side projects but it should be reasonably good. The Underlying library is pretty battle tested and can even work in older browsers.
npm install --save @justgage/reason-cookie
Then in your
Working with string values
open JustgageReasonCookie; Cookie.getAsString("hello") /* None */ Cookie.setString("hello", "test"); Cookie.getAsString("hello") /* Some("test") */
working with JSON
open JustgageReasonCookie; let obj = Js.Dict.empty(); Js.Dict.set(obj, "a", Js.Json.number(2.)); let obj = Js.Json.object_(obj); Cookie.setJson("hello", obj); let maybeCookie = Cookie.getAsJson("hello");
- expires: number of days till it's gone.
- path: this scopes it to a page on your website (note: haven't used this personally)
(see js-cookie for more uses)
open JustgageReasonCookie; Cookie.setJsonConfig( "hello", obj, Cookie.makeConfig(~path="", ~expires=2, ()), );
Best thing somone can do is just use it and find any problems it has.
Absolutely! Just make an issue. Please note that I usually ask people to make the changes themselves.