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Save and load the Redux state with ease.

Features

  • Flexible storage engines
  • Flexible state merger functions
  • Storage engines can be async
  • Load and save actions that can be observed
    • SAVE: { type: 'REDUX_STORAGE_SAVE', payload: /* state tree */ }
    • LOAD: { type: 'REDUX_STORAGE_LOAD', payload: /* state tree */ }
  • Various engine decorators
  • Black- and whitelist actions from issuing a save operation

Installation

npm install --save redux-storage

And you need to install at least one redux-storage-engine, as redux-storage is only the "management core".

Usage

import * as storage from 'redux-storage'

// Import redux and all your reducers as usual
import { createStore, applyMiddleware, combineReducers } from 'redux';
import * as reducers from './reducers';

// We need to wrap the base reducer, as this is the place where the loaded
// state will be injected.
//
// Note: The reducer does nothing special! It just listens for the LOAD
//       action and merge in the provided state :)
// Note: A custom merger function can be passed as second argument
const reducer = storage.reducer(combineReducers(reducers));

// Now it's time to decide which storage engine should be used
//
// Note: The arguments to `createEngine` are different for every engine!
import createEngine from 'redux-storage-engine-localstorage';
const engine = createEngine('my-save-key');

// And with the engine we can create our middleware function. The middleware
// is responsible for calling `engine.save` with the current state afer
// every dispatched action.
//
// Note: You can provide a list of action types as second argument, those
//       actions will be filtered and WON'T trigger calls to `engine.save`!
const middleware = storage.createMiddleware(engine);

// As everything is prepared, we can go ahead and combine all parts as usual
const createStoreWithMiddleware = applyMiddleware(middleware)(createStore);
const store = createStoreWithMiddleware(reducer);

// At this stage the whole system is in place and every action will trigger
// a save operation.
//
// BUT (!) an existing old state HAS NOT been restored yet! It's up to you to
// decide when this should happen. Most of the times you can/should do this
// right after the store object has been created.

// To load the previous state we create a loader function with our prepared
// engine. The result is a function that can be used on any store object you
// have at hand :)
const load = storage.createLoader(engine);
load(store);

// Notice that our load function will return a promise that can also be used
// to respond to the restore event.
load(store)
    .then((newState) => console.log('Loaded state:', newState))
    .catch(() => console.log('Failed to load previous state'));

Details

Engines, Decorators & Mergers

They all are published as own packages on npm. But as a convention all engines share the keyword redux-storage-engine, decorators can be found with redux-storage-decorator and mergers with redux-storage-merger. So it's pretty trivial to find all the additions to redux-storage you need :smile:

Actions

redux-storage will trigger actions after every load or save operation from the underlying engine.

You can use this, for example, to display a loading screen until the old state has been restored like this:

import { LOAD, SAVE } from 'redux-storage';

function storeageAwareReducer(state = { loaded: false }, action) {
    switch (action.type) {
        case LOAD:
            return { ...state, loaded: true };

        case SAVE:
            console.log('Something has changed and written to disk!');

        default:
            return state;
    }
}

Middleware

If you pass an array of action types as second argument to createMiddleware, those will be added to a internal blacklist and won't trigger calls to engine.save.

import { createMiddleware } from 'redux-storage'

import { APP_START } from './constants';

const middleware = createMiddleware(engine, [ APP_START ]);

If you want to whitelist all actions that are allowed to issue a engine.save, just specify them as third argument.

import { createMiddleware } from 'redux-storage'

import { SHOULD_SAVE } from './constants';

const middleware = createMiddleware(engine, [], [ SHOULD_SAVE ]);

A fork of redux-storage

The original author of the package redux-storage has decided to deprecate the project and no longer maintained. The package will now be maintained here.

Thank you michaelcontento for a great library!

License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2016- Gunjan Soni <gunjan.soni2002@gmail.com> 
Copyright (c) 2015-2016 Michael Contento <mail@michaelcontento.de> 

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Added at: 2017/03/19
Owner: react-stack
Category: other
Homepage: https://github.com/react-stack/redux-storage
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Version: 4.1.2
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