Global State and Logic Library
// -- core.js ------------------------------------------ // 1️⃣ Create State with the initial value "Hello Friend!" const MY_FIRST_STATE = createState("Hello Friend!"); // -- MyComponent.whatever ------------------------------------------ // 2️⃣ Bind initialized State to the desired UI-Component. // And wolla, the Component is reactive. // Everytime the State mutates the Component re-renders. const myFirstState = useAgile(MY_FIRST_STATE); console.log(myFirstState); // Returns "Hello Friend!"
Want to learn how to implement AgileTs in your preferred UI-Framework? Check out our Quick Start Guides.
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More examples can be found in the Example section.
AgileTs is a global State and Logic Library implemented in Typescript. It offers a reimagined API that focuses on developer experience and allows you to easily and flexible manage your application States. Besides States, AgileTs offers some other powerful APIs that make your life easier, such as Collections and Computed States. The philosophy behind AgileTs is simple:
Write minimalistic, boilerplate-free code that captures your intent.
// Create State with the inital value 'frank' const MY_STATE = createState('frank'); // Update the State value from 'frank' to 'jeff' MY_STATE.set('jeff'); // Undo the latest State value change MY_STATE.undo(); // Reset the State value to its initial value MY_STATE.reset(); // Permanently store the State value in an external Storage MY_STATE.persist("storage-key");
- Works in nearly any UI-Framework (currently supported are React, React-Native and Vue).
- Surly behaves with the workflow that suits you best. No need for reducers, actions, ..
- Has 0 external dependencies.
AgileTs is designed to take all business logic out of the UI-Components
and put them in a central place, often called
The advantage of keeping logic separate to UI-Components,
is that your code is more decoupled, portable, scalable,
and above all, easily testable.
You can learn more about ways to centralize your application logic with AgileTs in our Style Guides.
🎯 Easy to Use
Learn the powerful tools of AgileTs in a short period of time. An excellent place to start are our Quick Start Guides, or if you don't like to follow tutorials, you can jump straight into the Example section.
In order to use AgileTs in a UI-Framework, we need to install two packages.
npm install @agile-ts/core
A fitting Integration for the UI-Framework of your choice, on the other hand, is an interface to the actual UI and provides useful functionalities to bind States to UI-Components for reactivity. I prefer React, so let's go with the React Integration for now.
npm install @agile-ts/react
Does AgileTs sound interesting to you? Take a look at our documentation, to learn more about its functionalities and capabilities. If you have any further questions, feel free to join our Community Discord. We will be happy to help you.
- Quick Start
- Typescript Interfaces
Get a part of AgileTs and start contributing. We welcome any meaningful contribution. 😀 To find out more about contributing, check out the CONTRIBUTING.md.
|@agile-ts/core||State Manager Logic|
|@agile-ts/api||Promise based API|
|@agile-ts/multieditor||Simple Form Manager|
|@agile-ts/event||Handy class for emitting UI Events|
|@agile-ts/logger||Logging API of AgileTs|
|@agile-ts/utils||Utilities of AgileTs|
|@agile-ts/proxytree||Proxy Tree for tracking accessed properties|