rwr-view-helpers

0.2.0 • Public • Published

RWR View Helpers

This gem provides handy view helpers to be used with netguru's react_webpack_rails.

Setup

  • Javascript

    $ npm install --save rwr-view-helpers
  • Ruby

    # your Gemfile 
    gem 'rwr-view_helpers'

Usage

First add this require statement in your /app/assets/javascripts/application.js

//= require rwr_view_helpers

Then use it in your React components

import React from 'react';
import { imagePath } from 'rwr-view-helpers';
import { facebookIcon } from 'constants/icon-urls';
 
export default ({ alt }) => (
  <img alt={alt} src={imagePath(facebookIcon)} />
);

Caching

Going through all the assets on every request would be veeery slow, so rwr-view_helpers takes advantage of /tmp/cache in your project. Unfortunately at the moment we don't have any mechanism to generate new cache each time new assets are added.

Current work-around is to run this task, when adding new assets to the project:

$ rake tmp:clear

Contributing

Issues

Found a bug in rwr-view_helpers? Open an issue on GitHub Issues.

Pull requests

Interested in contributing to rwr-view_helpers? That's great, and thank you for your interest!

After checking out the repo, run bundle exec rake setup:all to install every environment dependencies.

To get your contributions accepted, make sure:

  • All the tests pass. Run bundle exec rake test:all.
  • Any new code paths you've added are covered by tests.
  • Describe your changes in pull request (what it adds, how to migrate from previous version etc.)

License

The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.

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npm i rwr-view-helpers

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Version

0.2.0

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