@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx

Module that implements @ngrx bindings to the login and logout functionality as offered by the @ibm-wch-sdk/ng modules.

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ibm-wch-sdk-ngrx-edit

Module that implements @ngrx bindings to the login and logout functionality as offered by the ibm-wch-sdk-ng-edit modules.

Details

Refer to the documentation.

Changes

CHANGELOG

Class documentation

Refer to the documentation.

Usage

Install the module via

npm install --save ibm-wch-sdk-ngrx-edit

Prereqs

Rendering Effects Module

This module provides utility classes to connect the ibm-wch-sdk-ng library with the ngrx set of libraries.

Usecase

The @ngrx/store project offers a consistent and efficient way to manage application state. Each aspect of the state is manipulated using a set of actions and persisted by matching reducer functions.

This package offers the actions and reducers related to the concept of a RenderingContext.

Refer to the documentation for more details.

Usage

TBD

Changelog

Current

Added

  • Initial version

@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx

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External modules


@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx > "components/components.reducer"

External module: "components/components.reducer"

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Functions


Functions

<Const> componentReducer

componentReducer<T,V>(reducers: ActionReducerMap<T>): ActionReducer<ComponentState<T>, V>

Defined in components/components.reducer.ts:13

Implements a reducer that reduces an action targeting a component into an action for that state

Type parameters:

T

V : ComponentAction

Parameters:

Name Type Description
reducers ActionReducerMap<T> the state reducers

Returns: ActionReducer<ComponentState<T>, V> component reducer


<Const> componentSelector

componentSelector<T>(id: string): Selector<ComponentState<T>, T>

Defined in components/components.reducer.ts:35

Returns a selector that accesses the state for the given component

Type parameters:

T

Parameters:

Name Type Description
id string ID of the component

Returns: Selector<ComponentState<T>, T> the selector


@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx > "index"

External module: "index"

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@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx > "module"

External module: "module"

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Classes


@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx > "modules/feature.module"

External module: "modules/feature.module"

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Classes


@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx > "rendering/index"

External module: "rendering/index"

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@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx > "rendering/rendering.effects"

External module: "rendering/rendering.effects"

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Classes


@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx > "rendering/rendering.reducer"

External module: "rendering/rendering.reducer"

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Variables

Functions


Variables

<Const> INITIAL_STATE

● INITIAL_STATE: RenderingState

Defined in rendering/rendering.reducer.ts:3


Functions

renderingReducer

renderingReducer(state?: RenderingState, action: RenderingActions): RenderingState

Defined in rendering/rendering.reducer.ts:5

Parameters:

Name Type Default value
Default value state RenderingState INITIAL_STATE
action RenderingActions -

Returns: RenderingState


@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx > "rendering/rendering.selectors"

External module: "rendering/rendering.selectors"

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State

The

@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx

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External modules


@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx > "module" > WchNgrxModule

Class: WchNgrxModule

Hierarchy

WchNgrxModule

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@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx > "modules/feature.module" > WchNgrxFeatureModule

Class: WchNgrxFeatureModule

Hierarchy

WchNgrxFeatureModule

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@ibm-wch-sdk/ngrx > "rendering/rendering.effects" > RenderingEffects

Class: RenderingEffects

Hierarchy

RenderingEffects

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Constructors

Properties


Constructors

constructor

new RenderingEffects(aInjector: Injector): RenderingEffects

Defined in rendering/rendering.effects.ts:11

Parameters:

Name Type
aInjector Injector

Returns: RenderingEffects


Properties

onRefresh

● onRefresh: Observable<Action>

Defined in rendering/rendering.effects.ts:34


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