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⚡ Quick Example
This is how an implementation of a simple counter looks like, using a
NumUnit, one of
the reactive data structures that ActiveJS provides. The NumUnit stores
and provides a
number value at all times ensuring the type-safety.
// initialize a reactive data structure to store numbers const counter = new NumUnit(); // with default initial-value 0 // two pure functions to produce an appropriate new value const increment = value => value + 1; const decrement = value => value - 1; // subscribe for reactive value access, and log the value counter.subscribe(value => console.log(value)); // immediately logs 0, and will log any future values // increment counter.dispatch(increment); // you'll see 1 in the console // the pure function is called with the current value and // the returned value is dispatched automatically // decrement counter.dispatch(decrement); // you'll see 0 in the console // that's it our counter is complete // you can also access the value directly console.log(counter.value()); // logs 0
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