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Mister-Poster - A very basic single feed social media application

  •    Javascript

This is my second application using react native. I'm really enjoying the technology. My main objective of this project was to learn how to integrate react native applications with Firebase. Firebase isn't properly supported yet for react native (third party logins like google, facebook, twitter still doesn't work due to webview requirement), but it have enough support for creating amazing stand alone applications. The app is Android only. I'm on a Ubuntu machine and apple doesn't allow me to create apps for them. I would really appricate any suggestions, feedback, PRs and Issues.

redux-storage-decorator-debounce - Delay and merge save opertations of redux-storage

  •    Javascript

Debounce decorator for redux-storage to delay & combine the expensive engine.save operation.

redux-storage-decorator-filter - Filter decorator for redux-storage

  •    Javascript

Filter decorator for redux-storage to only store a subset of the whole state tree. Simply wrap your engine in this decorator, whitelist all keys that should be passed through and blacklist the keys that shouldn't.




redux-storage-engine-localstorage - window.localStorage engine for redux-storage

  •    Javascript

window.localStorage based engine for redux-storage. Stores everything inside window.localStorage.

redux-storage-merger-immutablejs - ImmutableJS compatible merger for redux-storage

  •    Javascript

Merger for redux-storage that know how to deal with ImmutableJS objects.


redux-persist-crosstab - Keep redux browser tab state in sync

  •    Javascript

Add cross tab syncing to your redux app with 1 line. This tiny module listens to the window for redux-persist storage events. When an event occurs it will dispatch a rehydrate action. Redux Persist does a shallow merge of state during rehydration. This means that if state changes on two tabs simulataneously, it is possible that legitimate state will be lost in the merge. In most cases this will not be an issue. One scenario where this could happen is if both tabs are listening on a socket and they both receive a message at the same time. If you have this type of set up you will either need to blacklist the relevant reducers or implement a custom rehydration handler that takes into account the nuances of this situation.