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takeshape-routing

4.64.0 • Public • Published

takeshape-routing

takeshape-routing is a module designed to be used on the frontend of a site generated with TakeShape. It is library agnostic so it can be used with React, Vue, etc.

Installation

npm install --save takeshape-routing

Routing

The route function is used to generate links on the client side. It allows you to create links to your static site with content fetched from the TakeShape GraphQL API. It's especially useful when building out dynamic search or taxonomy pages.

route is a curried function which consumes the following params

  • config - Object - The tsg.yml config object use yaml-loader to import it
  • routeName - String - The name of the desired route
  • content - Object - An object containing the properties referenced in the route string

tsg.yml

templatePath: src/templates
staticPath: static
buildPath: build
 
routes:
  post:
    path: /blog/:title/
    template: pages/posts/individual.html

search-result-link.jsx

import {route as createRoute} from 'takeshape-routing';
import config from '../tsg.yml';
 
const route = createRoute(config);
 
export default function SearchResultLink({content}) {
  return (
    <a href={route(content._contentTypeName, content)}>{content.title}</a>
  );
}

where the content prop would be:

{
  "_contentTypeName": "post",
  "title": "How TakeShape Routing Works"
}

Rendered HTML:

<a href="/blog/how-takeshape-routing-works">How TakeShape Routing Works</a>

Image URLs

getImageUrl converts asset paths into URLs suitable for use in an <img> tag.

import {getImageUrl} from 'takeshape-routing';
 
<img src={getImageUrl('/my/image/path')}/>
 
<img src={getImageUrl('/my/image/path', {w: 300, h: 250})}/> // image resized to 300x250
 

TakeShape uses Imgix as its image CDN. Imgix provides rich suite of image manipulation capatbilities that are accessible using the second argument of getImageUrl. See their docs for all the possibilites!

Asset URLs

Not all assets in TakeShape are images and sometimes you just want a simple download link. Use getAssetUrl in this case.

import {getAssetUrl} from 'takeshape-routing';
 
<a href={getAssetUrl('/my/asset/path')} download>Download Me</a>

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npm i takeshape-routing

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4.64.0

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