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reworm - the simplest way to manage state!

  •    TypeScript

Forget about actions, connections, reducers and a lot of boilerplate to create and manage states. With reworm you can create and manage state as simple as on the image above. Selectors are good because they prevent you from duplicating code. With it you can just create some functions and use them throughout your application.

awesome-react-context - 😎 A curated list of stuff related to the new React Context API

  •    Javascript

Contributions welcome! Read the contribution guidelines first. To the extent possible under law, diegohaz has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work.

constate - Scalable state manager using React context

  •    TypeScript

React state management library built with scalability in mind. You can start simple with local state and scale up to global state with ease when needed. In computer science, a container is a class, a data structure, or an abstract data type (ADT) whose instances are collections of other objects. In other words, they store objects in an organized way that follows specific access rules.

react-connect-context - A simple tool to map context from React 16

  •    Javascript

With some of our internal applications at Contiamo, the render-prop–style API of React 16.3's new Context API proves to be a bit limiting: particularly the inability to use a consumed context value in component lifecycle hooks. One solution to this is to pass an object through context, and then through props. Instead of repeatedly writing "context containers" that pass context objects to container components through props that further pass state to presentational components through props, this tiny function allows us to give any component easy access to a created context through props, allowing for more idiomatic, predictable code.




react-provider-pattern - Follow a React tutorial to learn and implement the provider pattern in React

  •    Javascript

Follow a React tutorial to learn and implement the provider pattern in React.

react-context - :shipit: Helpful Properties with React Context

  •    Javascript

Wrap your top-most component with react-context. Pass it an array of types you want to subscribe to, or call it with no arguments to subscribe to all of them.

armin - Declarative state machines for React!

  •    Javascript

Is that all Armin can do? Nope. Let's take a slightly larger example. So in the example above, we also use the value property to give the machine a value to keep track of. This can be any javascript value including strings, numbers, objects and functions.

reactube-client - A clone Youtube Web Player using React Provider Pattern, React Context and Typescript

  •    TypeScript

Reactube-client is an open source project relying on React context an useful feature of React that it is great for passing down data to deeply nested components. In this project, I tried to show some features of react/react components, react context with Typescript.


react-with-context - Pass context into React components in your unit test.

  •    Javascript

WithContext passes a specified context object to its child components. This is useful when writing unit tests for React components. You can use it to replace React.withContext, which was removed in React 0.14.

react-sweet-state - Shared state management solution for React

  •    Javascript

sweet-state is heavily inspired by Redux mixed with Context API concepts. It has render-prop components or hooks, connected to Store instances (defined as actions and initial state), receiving the Store state (or part of it) and the actions as a result. Each Subscriber, or Hook, is responsible to get the instantiated Store (creating a new one with initialState if necessary), allowing sharing state across your project extremely easy.

react-multi-context - Manage multiple React 16 contexts with a single component.

  •    Javascript

Manage multiple contexts with a single React component. Create the context by importing and executing createMultiContext wherever you want to create context. Then, import that multi-context instance as needed.

react-recontext - A lightweight state management inspired by Flux, Redux, based on the latest React Context API

  •    TypeScript

A lightweight state management inspired by Flux, Redux, based on the latest React Context API. SUPER simple and easy to build react, react-native application and flux architecture.





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