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assign-reducers v1.2.0

Combine redux reducers analogous to Object.assign.

assign-reducers

Combine Redux reducer functions much like Object.assign.

NPM

Build Status

Installation

Via npm

npm i --save assign-reducers

Via yarn

yarn add assign-reducers

Example

import assignReducers from 'assign-reducers';
import actions from './actions';
import anotherReducer from 'somewhere/else/in/my/project/reducer';

const initialState = {
  value: 1
};

const reducer = (state = initialState, action) => {
  switch (action.type) {
    case actions.ADD:
      return {
        ...state,
        value: state.value + 1
      };
    default:
      return state;
  }
};

export default assignReducers(
  reducer,
  {
    foo: anotherReducer
  }
);

// Resulting state:
// {
//    value: 1,
//    foo: initial state returned by anotherReducer
// }

Synopsis

assignReducers(reducer, reducersObject) => reducer

assignReducers combines reducers analogous to Object.assign, i.e. with a shallow merge.

Parameters
reducer

A regular Redux reducer function which forms the base of the state (sub-) tree object.

Example
const reducer = (state = initialState, action) => {
  switch (action.type) {
    case actions.DO_SOMETHING:
      return {
        // changed state
      };
    default:
      return state;
  }
};
recudersObject

An object mappging keys to Redux reducer functions. The keys will me merged shallowly into the state created by reducer.

Example
const reducersObject = {
  foo: reducerB,
  bar: reducerC
};

const newReducer = assignReducers(reducerA, reducersObject);
// state returned by newReducer:
// {
//    foo: state returned by reducerB,
//    bar: state returned by reducerC,
//    state returned by reducerA
// }

FAQ

  • Does assignReducers() work with combineReducers()?

    Yes, it does. Since all we need are reducer functions you can combine the two in any way you like. You can for example do stuff like

    assignReducers(
      reducerA,
      {
        foo: combineReducers({
          bar: reducerB,
          baz: reducerC
        })
      }
    );`
    

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License

MIT

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