entity_state 1.2.5
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Helper construct basic redux state in Flutter project. It eases out the effort to use the redux state with basic CRUD operations.

Entity State #

Entity State to manage records in your redux state.

Installation #

Add this to your project's pubspec.yaml

dependencies:
  entity_state: ^1.2.5

Usage #

In your redux state

abstract class ReminderState
    with EntityState<Reminder, int, ReminderState, ReminderStateBuilder>
    implements Built<ReminderState, ReminderStateBuilder> {
  // This is mandatory to add
  BuiltList<int> get ids;

  // This is mandatory to add
  BuiltMap<int, Reminder> get entities;

  ReminderState._();

  factory ReminderState([updates(ReminderStateBuilder b)]) = _$ReminderState;

  static Serializer<ReminderState> get serializer => _$reminderStateSerializer;
  
  // This will tell the entity state what is the unique identifier of the model.
  @override
    int getId(Reminder data) {
      return data.id;
    }
}

In your reducer

To Add One #

AppNotificationState listNotificationComplete(
    AppNotificationState appNotificationState,
    ListNotificationComplete action) {
  return appNotificationState
        // action.notification is `Notification`
      .addOne(action.notification)
      .rebuild((b) => b..isLoading = false);
}

To Add All (replaces any data that was previously present) #

AppNotificationState listNotificationComplete(
    AppNotificationState appNotificationState,
    ListNotificationComplete action) {
  return appNotificationState
        // action.notifications is `List<Notification>`
      .addAll(action.notifications)
      .rebuild((b) => b..isLoading = false);
}

To Add Many (appends to previous data) #

AppNotificationState listNotificationComplete(
    AppNotificationState appNotificationState,
    ListNotificationComplete action) {
  return appNotificationState
        // action.notifications is `List<Notification>`
      .addMany(action.notifications)
      .rebuild((b) => b..isLoading = false);
}

To Update One #

AppNotificationState listNotificationComplete(
    AppNotificationState appNotificationState,
    ListNotificationComplete action) {
  return appNotificationState
        // action.notification is `Notification`
      .updateOne(action.notification)
      .rebuild((b) => b..isLoading = false);
}

To Update Many #

AppNotificationState listNotificationComplete(
    AppNotificationState appNotificationState,
    ListNotificationComplete action) {
  return appNotificationState
        // action.notifications is `List<Notification>`
      .updateMany(action.notifications)
      .rebuild((b) => b..isLoading = false);
}

To Remove One #

AppNotificationState listNotificationComplete(
    AppNotificationState appNotificationState,
    ListNotificationComplete action) {
  return appNotificationState
        // action.notification is `int`
      .removeOne(action.notificationId)
      .rebuild((b) => b..isLoading = false);
}

To Remove Many #

AppNotificationState listNotificationComplete(
    AppNotificationState appNotificationState,
    ListNotificationComplete action) {
  return appNotificationState
        // action.notifications is `List<Notification>`
      .removeMany(action.notifications)
      .rebuild((b) => b..isLoading = false);
}

To Remove All #

AppNotificationState listNotificationComplete(
    AppNotificationState appNotificationState,
    ListNotificationComplete action) {
  return appNotificationState
        // action.notifications is `List<Notification>`
      .removeAll()
      .rebuild((b) => b..isLoading = false);
}

How to get the data #

static _ViewModel fromStore(Store<AppState> store) {
       return _ViewModel(
           notifications: store.state.appNotification.getAll(),
           isLoading: store.state.appNotification.isLoading,
           notificationTapped: (AppNotification notification) {
             store.dispatch(UpdateNotification(notification: notification));
           });
     }

How to get the sorted data #

static _ViewModel fromStore(Store<AppState> store) {
       return _ViewModel(
           notifications: store.state.appNotification.getAll((notif1,notif2)=>notif1.id.compareTo(notif2.id),
           });
     }
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Helper construct basic redux state in Flutter project. It eases out the effort to use the redux state with basic CRUD operations.

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saxena.kushagra3107@gmail.com

License

BSD (LICENSE)

Dependencies

built_collection

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