This is not yet released. API or the way it integrates into redux might change. Feedback welcome.
One function that creates actions and reducers for your http requests.
How is it different?
- not a middleware
- has tests
fetch is used, so it has to be there (or shimmed)
If you're considering shimming fetch, use
require('redux-request-generator/xhr') instead. It uses xhr for making http requests.
No support for IE8 or IE9, but you should be able to get it to work.
const defineRequests =const actions reducers =//use in your app;
definitions is a map from state keys to request definitions:
definition:=url or Request objectboolean //optionaldata //optional
redux-thunk middleware is required for actions creator to work
- Define requests available to your app.
const actions reducers =
- Add thunk middleware and combine defined reducers with your other reducers.
const createStoreWithMiddleware = createStoreconst reducer =const store =
- To fetch data dispatch just one action and both your helper functions will be given the arguments passed to the action.
- Use the key (
books) in a component. Show loading indicator while
isFetching- set to true while the request is waiting for response
error- error object if there was an error fetching data
data- response or whatever
mapperreturned after the response came in. Must be an object