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kea-socket.io

0.4.6 • Public • Published

NPM Version

Socket.io binding for Kea store

  • kea-socket.io 0.1 works with kea 1.0+

Documentation

Read the documentation for Kea

Installation

Install via yarn or npm

npm install --save kea-socket.io
yarn add kea-socket.io

Then add it to the context:

import socketPlugin from 'kea-socket.io';
// thunk or saga plugin needed to emit socket.io events
import thunkPlugin from 'kea-thunk';
import { resetContext } from 'kea';
 
resetContext({
  plugins: [thunkPlugin, socketPlugin]
});

Usage

To use socket.emit, make sure your logic store has thunk or saga plugin. Then just take emitters from params { getEmitters } and use it in your code. Emitters is a object than contain all named sockets you pass to plugin. So default socket have nsp === "/". Or you can pass to getEmitters param name and get needed socket directly.

To use event subscription just name your event like socket event. Add to it name prefix (by default prefix === "socket_") and nsp without forward slash. For example:

 socket event: testEvent
 prefix: socket_
 
 result action name: socket_testEvent
 
 if event pass from namespaced socket you should add nsp:
 nsp: /testNsp
 
 result action name: socket_testNsp_testEvent
 
 if event is reseve by socket.io to name you need to add sys_:
 socket_testNsp_sys_testEvent

Also, you can use global funcs for sockets. Right now there are two of them:

  • reconnectAll - reconnect all sockets in plugin
  • disconnectAll - disconnect all sockets in plugin

You can add your own global funcs.



So you can use this plugin, like so:
const someLogic = kea({
  path: () => ['scenes', 'something', 'foobar'], // NEEDED!
 
  actions: () => ({
    socket_testEvent: ({ payload }) => payload,
    change: (value) => ({ value })
  }),
 
  reducers: ({ actions }) => ({
    persistedValue: [
      0,
      PropTypes.number,
      { persist: true },
      {
        [actions.change]: (_, payload) => payload.value
      }
    ]
  }),
  thunks: ({ getEmitters, emitterActions }) => ({
    testEmit: () => {
      // emit event to socket with default nsp ('/')
      getEmitters().default.emit('message', 'hello world');
      emitterActions.disconnectAll();
    },
    socket_anotherTestEvent: ({ payload }) => {
      // this is data from socket event
      console.log(payload);
    }
  })
});

if you don't want add prefix to your actions, you can add socketPrefix prop to your logic, it can be string, array or func (func({socket, nsp}) => return array or string):

const someLogic = kea({
  path: () => ['scenes', 'something', 'foobar'], // NEEDED!
  socketPrefix: 'socket_', // this can be array or sync function({socket, nsp}) also
  actions: () => ({
    testEvent: ({ payload }) => payload,
    change: (value) => ({ value })
  }),
 
  reducers: ({ actions }) => ({
    persistedValue: [
      0,
      PropTypes.number,
      { persist: true },
      {
        [actions.change]: (_, payload) => payload.value
      }
    ]
  }),
  thunks: ({ getEmitters, emitterActions }) => ({
    testEmit: () => {
      // emit event to socket with default nsp ('/')
      getEmitters('default').emit('message', 'hello world');
      emitterActions.disconnectAll();
    },
    anotherTestEvent: ({ payload }) => {
      // this is data from socket event
      console.log(payload);
    }
  })
});

if you want to access to system socket.io events like connect, you need to add sys_ to action name.

// list of system events that reserve in socket.io
export const SYSTEM_EVENTS = [
  'connect',
  'error',
  'disconnect',
  'reconnect',
  'reconnect_attempt',
  'reconnecting',
  'reconnect_error',
  'reconnect_failed',
  'connect_error',
  'connect_timeout',
  'connecting',
  'ping',
  'pong'
];
 
// so to access:
const someLogic = kea({
  // other logic stuff
  thunks: () => ({
    socket_sys_connect: ({ payload }) => {
      // this is data from socket system event
      console.log(payload);
    }
  })
});

Options

You may optionally configure the plugin by passing in some options:

import socketPlugin from 'kea-socket.io';
import { resetContext } from 'kea';
 
resetContext({
  plugins: [
    socketPlugin({
      // in case you want to replace this, e.g. for tests or non browser environments
      sockets: [socketIo('http://localhost:9066', { path: '/api/sockets' })],
 
      // added to all events names before all
      prefix: 'example_',
 
      // to change on witch events connector need to call error handle
      ERROR_EVENTS: ['error', 'api-error'],
 
      // to change the error handle, func({ error, logic, input, socket })
      // if func return === false, then event handle stop
      errorHandler: ({ error, socket, getKeaContext } = {}) => {
        console.error('[kea-socket.io] ' + error);
        console.error(socket);
        console.error(getKeaContext());
      },
      // to change mapping of events from socket to store, func({ name })
      mapSocketEventToStore: ({ name }) => name,
 
      // to add your own global funcs to sockets, funcs don't have any params
      emitterActions: {},
      // you can specify system events observe
      SYSTEM_EVENTS: [
        'connect',
        'error',
        'disconnect',
        'reconnect',
        'reconnect_attempt',
        'reconnecting',
        'reconnect_error',
        'reconnect_failed',
        'connect_error',
        'connect_timeout',
        'connecting',
        'ping',
        'pong'
      ]
    })
  ]
});

EmitterActions

  • disconnectAll()
  • reconnectAll()
  • addNewEmitter({socket}) - pass socket from socket.io to function
  • removeEmitterByNameSpace({name, options}) - pass name of socket (like: default or namespaced)
    • options
      • stopEmitter - by default true, if you don't need to disconnect pass false

For access to emitters in your emitterActions you can use:

const { emitters, options } = getPluginContext('kea-socket.io');

Install

npm i kea-socket.io

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