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redux-admin

1.4.5 • Public • Published

redux-admin

Build fast admin screen with full CRUD functionality inside your react apps

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Basic example

import React, { Component } from "react";
import { listViews, docViews, Admin, fields } from "redux-admin";
 
const getDocTitle = function(data) {
  if (data && data._id) {
    return `Item ${data.title|| data.objectId}`;
  } else {
    return "New Item";
  }
};
 
const getListFields = function() {
  return [
    {
      title: "Title",
      key: "title",
      dataIndex: "title",
      width: 150,
      sorter: true,
      type: String
    },
    {
      title: "Likes",
      key: "likes",
      dataIndex: "likes",
      width: 150,
      sorter: true,
      type: Number
    }
  ];
};
 
const docFields = function() {
  return (
    <div>
      <fields.Input name={"title"} label={"Title"} />
      <fields.InputNumber name={"likes"} label={"Likes"} />
    </div>
  );
};
 
const renderDocViewComponent = function({ dataFromServer }) {
  return JSON.stringify(dataFromServer);
};
 
class Posts extends Component {
  render() {
    return (
      <div>
        <Admin
          title={"Posts"}
          getDocTitle={getDocTitle}
          url="classes/Post"
          list={<listViews.Table getColumns={getListFields} />}
          doc={
            <docViews.SimpleDoc
              getDocFields={docFields}
              renderDocViewComponent={renderDocViewComponent}
            />
          }
          roleConfig={{
            canCreate: true,
            canRead: true,
            canUpdate: true,
            canDelete: true,
            excludeFields: []
          }}
        />
      </div>
    );
  }
}
 
export default Posts;

Installation

  1. You can install redux-admin with NPM, Yarn

    npm install redux-admin --save
  2. Follow Net-Provider Installation instruction Net-provider is the connection to your api

  3. Router configuration - we sync parameters with URL to achieve a better UX

     // inside your root file (app.js)
     import { setRouteConfig } from  'redux-admin';
    
     setRouteConfig({
      onReplaceParams: () => {...},
      onSetParams: : () => {...},
      onBack: : () => {...},
      goHome: : () => {...},
      onGetParams: : () => {...},
    });
    

    Examples:

  4. import style

    import  "redux-admin/lib/style.css";
  5. Install antd ## Admin Component This is the main component that will render a list view and document view, sync the doc view with the list view and keep everything to work nice and updating, display notification, update the list when the document is updating. sync filters with URL. you can build your own list/doc view

import { Admin } from "redux-admin";

Props

Admin.propTypes  = {
    url:  PropTypes.string.isRequired, // Api endpoint
    list:  PropTypes.element,
    renderList:  PropTypes.func, // alternative to props.list
    doc:  PropTypes.element,
    renderDoc:  PropTypes.func, // alternative to props.doc
    title:  PropTypes.string,
    getDocTitle:  PropTypes.func, // function that get doc data and return the doc title that display inside the breadcrumb (DocData) => 'title'
    queryParamsPrefix:  PropTypes.string, // This is required when you render more then one component at the same page
    getListSource:  PropTypes.func,
    getDocumentSource:  PropTypes.func,
    allowViewMode:  PropTypes.bool, // set false to block user from watching the document
    syncWithUrl:  PropTypes.bool, // true by default, set false to disabled this feature
    showBreadcrumb:  PropTypes.bool, // true by default, set false, relevant when you render more then one component at the same page
    editAfterSaved:  PropTypes.bool, // true by default, when true new document will stay open after submit
    onChangeEnd:  PropTypes.func, // optional Call back After create/update/delete
    initialSearchValue:  PropTypes.string,
    onSearchValueChange:  PropTypes.func, // If You Want To Handle it By Your self
    searchValue:  PropTypes.string, // relevant when you pass onSearchValueChange
    initialLimit:  PropTypes.number, // default is 5, query limit
    initialSort:  PropTypes.object, // { <field1>: 1, <field2>: -1 ... }
    initialSkip:  PropTypes.number, // default is 0
    listClearOnUnMount:  PropTypes.bool, // true by default, when true we remove all data from store when componentWillUnmount
    adminWillUnmount:  PropTypes.func, // optional Call back when componentWillUnmount
    roleConfig:  PropTypes.shape({
    canCreate:  PropTypes.bool, // true by default
    canRead:  PropTypes.bool, // true by default
    canUpdate:  PropTypes.bool, // true by default
    canDelete:  PropTypes.bool, // true by default
    excludeFields:  PropTypes.array  // [] by default
    }),
    useDataFromList:  PropTypes.bool, // false by default, set true to save query and use the data the from list as document data
    getParams:  PropTypes.func.isRequired  // pass function that build query params from the filters parameters getParams({skip, sort, limit, searchValue})
};

List Component

The default list view is Table From antd You can pass other component

How to use the default view?

import { listViews, Admin, helpers } from  "redux-admin";
 
const getListFields = function(props) {
    return [
            { title:"Title",
              key:"title",
              dataIndex: "title",
              width:150,
              sorter:true,
              type: String
            },
             // You can use helper to save time
             helpers.getListField({key: 'body', type: String})
           ]
}
class  Posts  extends  Component  {
    render() {
        return  (
            <Admin 
                url="classes/Post"
                title={"Posts"}
                getDocTitle={getDocTitle}
                list={<listViews.Table
                       getColumns={getListFields}/>
                      }
...

Each field inside the list columns need to contian this keys

  • title: string
  • key: string
  • dataIndex: string
  • width: number
  • sorter: boolean
  • type: one of: String | Object | Array | Number | Date
  • render : optional fucntion (cell, row) => <MyComponent data={cell} />

listViews.Table props

<Admin /> will pass the data and handle the row clicks and so on, the is the relevant props to pass directly to the table component

ReTable.propTypes  = {
    getColumns: PropTypes.func.isRequired, // getColumns(this.props) -> [{value: 'title', label: 'Title', type: String, render: () => 'OPTIONAL'}]
    getFilterFields: PropTypes.func, // if empty then we use getColumns
    rowKey: PropTypes.string, // default is _id
    renderInsideRowActions: PropTypes.func, // renderInsideRowActions(cell, row) => <button>Delete</button>
    allowFilters: PropTypes.bool,
    allowAdvanceFilters: PropTypes.bool, // true by default, allow the user to filter data with greater / less than, before/after and more...
    showColumnFilters: PropTypes.bool, // true by default, allow user to hide some of the table columns
    filtersFields: PropTypes.array, // when empty all table fields ar filters fields, pass array of fieldKeys to allow only some of them , Example [{key: 'status', options: {value: 'ctr', label: 'Create'}}]
    allowExportToExcel: PropTypes.bool, // true by default,
    onDownloadExcel: PropTypes.func, // to override local export pass function to handle this ({data, columnsToDisplay, onDownloadExcel}) => {....}
    expandedRowRender: PropTypes.func, // antd table expandedRowRender
    renderHeaders: PropTypes.func, // render content inside headers renderHeaders(props) => <div>Hello</div>
};

This is the full props option if you want to work with this component as a table outside of the <Admin /> component

ReTable.propTypes  = {
    data: PropTypes.array,
    getColumns: PropTypes.func.isRequired, // getColumns(this.props) -> [{value: 'title', label: 'Title', type: String, render: () => 'OPTIONAL'}]
    getFilterFields: PropTypes.func, // if empty then we use getColumns
    rowKey: PropTypes.string,
    editable: PropTypes.bool,
    canUpdate: PropTypes.bool,
    canDelete: PropTypes.bool,
    renderInsideRowActions: PropTypes.func, // renderInsideRowActions(cell, row) => <button>Delete</button>
    onEditClick: PropTypes.func,
    onDeleteClick: PropTypes.func,
    skip: PropTypes.number,
    limit: PropTypes.number,
    onRow: PropTypes.func,
    onNewClick: PropTypes.func,
    onRefreshClick: PropTypes.func,
    enabledNew: PropTypes.bool,
    searchValue: PropTypes.string,
    showSearchField: PropTypes.bool,
    onSearch: PropTypes.func,
    onSearchValueChange: PropTypes.func,
    onFiltersChanged: PropTypes.func,
    allowAdvanceFilters: PropTypes.bool,
    allowFilters: PropTypes.bool,
    loading: PropTypes.bool,
    count: PropTypes.number,
    onPageChange: PropTypes.func,
    onPageSizeChange: PropTypes.func,
    onViewDocClick: PropTypes.func,
    showColumnFilters: PropTypes.bool,
    filtersFields: PropTypes.array, // when empty all table fields ar filters fields, pass array of fieldKeys to allow only some of them , Example [{key: 'status', options: {value: 'ctr', label: 'Create'}}]
    allowExportToExcel: PropTypes.bool, // true by default,
    onDownloadExcel: PropTypes.func, // to override local export pass function to handle this ({data, columnsToDisplay, onDownloadExcel}) => {....}
    allowExportToPdf: PropTypes.bool, // false by default
    onDownloadPdf: PropTypes.func, // pass function to handle this ({data, columnsToDisplay, onDownloadExcel}) => {....}
    expandedRowRender: PropTypes.func, // antd table expandedRowRender
    renderHeaders: PropTypes.func, // render content inside headers renderHeaders(props) => <div>Hello</div>
};

Document Component

This is the default doc view for edit&create mode. We use formik to handle hower form

You can pass other components if you want to take the controls to your hands

How to use the default document?

import { docViews, Admin, helpers, fields } from  "redux-admin";
 
const getDocFields = function(props) {
    return (
    <div>
        <fields.Input
            name={'email'}
            required label={'Email}
            key={'email'}
        />
        <span>{helpers.getDocField({ // You can use helper to save time
                key: 'name',
                type: String,
                label: 'Name',
                required: true,
                documentRollConfig: props.documentRollConfig,
                isNewDoc: props.documentRollConfig,
             })
        }</span>
    </div>
    )}
class  Posts  extends  Component  {
    render() {
        return  (
            <Admin 
                url="classes/Post"
                title={"Posts"}
                getDocTitle={getDocTitle}
                doc={<docViews.SimpleDoc
                       getDocFields={getDocFields}/>
                      }
...

getDocFields()

getDocfields - return the element that we will render inside the edit/create doc view.

the element can be any HTML element, we wrap your element with Formik/Form to handle the form state, your inputs need to include name, see Formik guide.

you can use redux-admin fields or use any fields that wrapped by Formik/Field

Examples-

  • Simple input
    import  { Field }  from  'formik';
     
    const getDocFields = () => (<Field  type="email"  name="email"  placeholder="Email"  />
    )

install

npm i redux-admin

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version

1.4.5

license

MIT

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