react-bacon-component

1.3.2 • Public • Published

react-bacon-component

Utility for attaching Bacon.js to React components

npm install --save react-bacon-component baconjs

API

import { createBaconComponent } from 'react-bacon-component';

createBaconComponent(mapProps, [renderOrComponent], [shouldPassThroughProps])

Creates a React component or a higher-order component.

mapProps() maps Bacon.js Propertys containing the props, context, and component mount status to a Property that will be passed as props to the child element.

mapProps([propsP], [contextP], [componentIsMountedP], [addSubscription])

propsP A Property containing the owner component's props

contextP A Property containing the context

componentIsMountedP A Property containing the component's mount status (boolean)

addSubscription A function that takes a subscription to be unsubscribed from when the component unmounts

const CountToNumber = createBaconComponent((propsP, contextP) => {
  const countP = Bacon.interval(1000)
    .scan(0, x => x + 1)
    .combine(propsP, (count, props) => ({ count, number: props.number }))
    .takeWhile(x => x.count <= x.number)
    .map(x => x.count);
  return Bacon.combineTemplate({
    count: countP
  })
    .combine(propsP, (template, props) => ({ ...props, ...template }));
}, props => <div>Counting to {props.number}... {props.count}</div>);
 
render(<CountToNumber number={3} />, targetEl);

The mapProps() function above uses the props passed to the component that is produced to determine when to stop counting.

If shouldPassThroughProps is set to true, the props are automatically passed through to the child element.

const Counter = createBaconComponent(() => {
  const countP = Bacon.interval(1000)
    .scan(0, x => x + 1);
  return Bacon.combineTemplate({
    count: countP
  });
}, props => <div>{props.name} - {props.count}</div>, true);
 
render(<Counter name='My Counter' />, targetEl);

Even though the props are not explicitly returned from mapProps(), because shouldPassThroughProps was set to true the props are passed through and are available in the render method of the resulting component.

If the second parameter of createBaconComponent is left off, a higher-order component is returned.

isProperty(element)

Tests whether the element passed to it is a Bacon Property.

createAction()

Creates an action that can be called which adds a value to a Bus which is accessible via the $ property. Credit goes to @milankinen and his MEGABLOB implementation.

let count = 0;
const incrementCountBy = createAction();
incrementCountBy.$.onValue(value => count += value);
incrementCountBy(1); // count = 1
incrementCountBy(7); // count = 8

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