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easy-peasy

3.1.0 • Public • Published

 

Vegetarian friendly state for React

 

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npm install easy-peasy

Step 1 - Create your store

const store = createStore({
  todos: {
    items: ['Create store', 'Wrap application', 'Use store'],
    add: action((state, payload) => {
      state.items.push(payload)
    })
  }
});

Step 2 - Wrap your application

function App() {
  return (
    <StoreProvider store={store}>
      <TodoList />
    </StoreProvider>
  );
}

Step 3 - Use the store

function TodoList() {
  const todos = useStoreState(state => state.todos.items)
  const add = useStoreActions(actions => actions.todos.add)
  return (
    <div>
      {todos.map((todo, idx) => <div key={idx}>{todo}</div>)}
      <AddTodo onAdd={add} />
    </div>
  )
}

Features

  • Zero configuration
  • No boilerplate
  • React hooks based API
  • Computed properties - i.e. derived data
  • Data fetching / side effects
  • Testing helpers
  • Extensive TypeScript support
  • Global, shared, or component level stores
  • React Native supported
  • Redux Dev Tools supported
  • Hot Reloading supported

Introduction

Easy Peasy provides you with an intuitive API to quickly and easily manage the state for your React application. Batteries are included - no configuration is required to support derived state, API calls, performance optimisation, developer tools etc.

Documentation

See the official website for tutorials, API docs, recipes, and more.

install

npm i easy-peasy

Downloadsweekly downloads

6,716

version

3.1.0

license

MIT

homepage

github.com

repository

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