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    tquinlan92-typescript-redux-utils
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    tquinlan92-typescript-redux-utils

    This package gives a few useful type-safe redux, react-redux, and react utilities.

    makeNestedStore

    makeNestedSimpleStore creates a nested redux store with thunk actions. It gives back reducers to use with combineReducers and actions to update the state. The actions include simpleActions to change the state with the same name as the state properties. It also includes methods set, to set a partial state with type checking, setAll to set the state with type checking, reset to reset a state to its initial state, resetAll to reset the state whole to its initial state.

    The second parameter takes middleware to apply to the store returned.

    export const {
        actions,
        reducers, 
        selectors,
        initalState,
        reducer,
        store
    } =
        makeNestedStore(initialStates, [/* middleware */]);

    The code below this shows the full basic usage. There's also a typescript create-react-app, redux, and redux thunk usage starting with ./src/index.tsx demonstrating the usage in a real app. The app example is just a create-react-app with typescript and the instructions can be found here here.

    Also you can access a sandbox using it without typescript here.

    import { combineReducers, createStore, applyMiddleware, AnyAction } from 'redux';
    import {mergeStateWithActions, makeNestedStore } from 'tquinlan92-typescript-redux-utils';
    import thunk, { ThunkAction } from 'redux-thunk';
    import { createSelector } from 'reselect';
     
    const state1 = mergeStateWithActions(
        {
            input: '',
            results: [] as string[],
        }, 
        {
            
            immerInput: (state, {value}: {value: string}) => {
                state.input = value;
            }
        }
    );
     
    const initialStates = {
        state1,
    };
     
    const state1ThunkActions = {
        getResults 
    };
     
    export const { actions: storeActions, reducers, selectors, initalState, reducer, store } = 
    makeNestedStore(initialStates, [thunk, logger]);
     
    export type AppState = typeof initalState;
     
    function getResults(): ThunkAction<void, AppState, void, AnyAction> {
        return async (dispatch) => {
            dispatch(actions.state1.results(['item1', 'item2', 'item3']))
        };
    }
     
    const thunkActions = {
        state1: state1ThunkActions
    };
     
    // Create a Selector using a exported selectors
    function mapResults(results: string[]) {
        times(1000, () => {
            console.log('heavy computation');
        });
        return results.map(result => result);
    }
     
    const getResultsSelector = createSelector(
        selectors.state1.results,
        mapResults
    )
     
    // Tests demonstrationg the usage of the actions
    describe('dispatching state1 actions', () => {
        describe('when state1.input is dispatched', () => {
            it('should set the state1.input value', () => {
                store.dispatch(actions.state1.input('newValue'));
                const newState = store.getState();
                expect(newState).toEqual({
                    state1: {
                        input: 'newValue',
                        results: []
                    }
                })
            })
        });
        describe('when state1.resetAll is dispatched', () => {
            it('should reset the state1 state to its initial state', () => {
                store.dispatch(actions.state1.resetAll());
                const newState = store.getState();
                expect(newState).toEqual({
                    state1: {
                        input: '',
                        results: []
                    }
                })
            })
        });
        describe('when state1.set is dispatched', () => {
            it('should update the properties on state1', () => {
                store.dispatch(actions.state1.set({input: 'newValueFromSet'}));
                const newState = store.getState();
                expect(newState).toEqual({
                    state1: {
                        input: 'newValueFromSet',
                        results: []
                    }
                })
            })
        });
        describe('when state1.setAll is dispatched', () => {
            it('should update the properties on state1', () => {
                store.dispatch(actions.state1.setAll({input: 'newValueFromSetAll', results: ['item1']}));
                const newState = store.getState();
                expect(newState).toEqual({
                    state1: {
                        input: 'newValueFromSetAll',
                        results: ['item1']
                    }
                })
            })
        });
        describe('when state1.reset is dispatched', () => {
            it('should reset the properties in params', () => {
                store.dispatch(actions.state1.results(['result1', 'result2', 'result3']));
                store.dispatch(actions.state1.reset(['results']));
                const newState = store.getState();
                expect(newState).toEqual({
                    state1: {
                        input: 'newValueFromSetAll',
                        results: []
                    }
                })
            })
        });
    });

    mergeStateWithActions

    mergeStateWithActions takes two parameters intialState and otherActions. otherActions are reducers that will be typed to to the initialState passed and the second parameter to the reducer (the action type) will be typed for the action creator returned when used with makeNestedStore

    import { mergeStateWithActions } from 'tquinlan92-typescript-redux-utils` 
     
    const state1 = mergeStateWithActions(
        {
            input: '',
            results: [] as string[],
        }, 
        {
            
            immerInput: (state, {value}: {value: String}) => {
                state.input = value;
            })
        }
    });

    createConnectProps

    createConnectProps takes a AppState as a generic type. It returns back a method to create connected props using mapStateToProps and mapDispatchToProps as its two parameters.

    function createConnectProps<AppState>(): <MapStateToProps extends (state: AppState, ownProps: any) => {}, MapDispatchToProps extends MapDispatchToPropsParam<{}, {}>>(mapStateToProps: MapStateToProps, mapDispatchToProps?: MapDispatchToProps) => (Component: React.FunctionComponent<ReturnType<MapStateToProps> & MapDispatchToProps>) => {
        Component: React.FunctionComponent<ReturnType<MapStateToProps> & MapDispatchToProps>;
        mapStateToProps: MapStateToProps;
        mapDispatchToProps: MapDispatchToProps;
        Connected: import("react-redux").ConnectedComponentClass<(props: any) => React.ReactElement<any, string | ((props: any) => React.ReactElement<any, string | any | (new (props: any) => React.Component<any, any, any>)> | null) | (new (props: any) => React.Component<any, any, any>)>, Pick<any, never> & Parameters<MapStateToProps>[1]>;
    };

    Usage of connectProps

    import React from 'react';
    import { actions, createConnectProps, AppState } from "./store";
     
    const connectProps = createConnectProps<AppState>();
     
    const connectedProps = connectProps(
        (state, {valueFromProp}: {valueFromProp: string;}) => {
            const { input, results } = state.state1;
            return {
                input,
                results,
                valueFromProp 
            }
        }, 
        {
            onChange: actions.state1.input,
            getResults: actions.state1.getResults,
            reset: actions.state1.reset
        });
     
    export const { Connected: State1ComponentConnected } = connectedProps(
        { input, results, onChange, getResults, reset, classes, valueFromProp }) => {
            return (
                <>
                    <input value={input} onChange={event => onChange(event.target.value)} />
                    <button onClick={getResults} className={classes.button}> {valueFromProp} </button>
                    <button onClick={reset}>Reset</button>
                    <ul>
                        {results.map(result => {
                            return <li>{result}</li>
                        })}
                    </ul>
                </>
            )
        })
    )

    withStyles

    StyleComponent creates a component with JSS styles given as props

    Usage of withStyles

    import { withStyles, WithStyles } from './tquinlan92-typescript-redux-utils';
     
    const styles = {
        button: {
            background: 'green'
        }
    }
     
    const ComponentWithoutStyles: React.FC<WithStyles<typeof styles>>({classes}) {
        return <button className={classes.button} />
    }
     
    const StyledComponent2 = withStyles({button: {background: 'green'}})({classes}) => {
        return <button className={classes.button} />
    })

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