@nopr3d/vue-next-rx

RxJs for Vue 3

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README

vue-next-rx

RxJS v6 integration for Vue next



NOTE

  • vue-next-rx only works with RxJS v6+ by default. If you want to keep using RxJS v5 style code, install rxjs-compat.

Installation

NPM + ES2015 or more

rxjs is required as a peer dependency.

npm install vue @nopr3d/vue-next-rx rxjs --save
import Vue from "vue";
import VueRx from "@nopr3d/vue-next-rx";

Vue.use(VueRx);

When bundling via webpack, dist/vue-next-rx.esm.js is used by default. It imports the minimal amount of Rx operators and ensures small bundle sizes.

To use in a browser environment, use the UMD build dist/vue-next-rx.js. When in a browser environment, the UMD build assumes window.rxjs to be already present, so make sure to include vue-next-rx.js after Vue.js and RxJS. It also installs itself automatically if window.Vue is present.

Example:

<script src="https://unpkg.com/rxjs/bundles/rxjs.umd.js"></script>
<script src="https://unpkg.com/vue@next"></script>
<script src="../dist/vue-next-rx.js"></script>


Usage


Subscriptions

// Expose `Subject` with domStream, use them in subscriptions functions
export default defineComponent({
  name: "Home",
   domStreams: ["clickquot;],
    subscriptions() {
      return {
        count: this.click$.pipe(
          map(() => 1),
          startWith(0),
          scan((total, change) => total + change)
        ),
      };
});
<div>
  <button v-stream:click="clickquot;>Click Me</button>
</div>

<div>{{count}}</div>
<!-- On click will show 0, 1 ,2 ,3... -->

Or


// Expose `Subject` with domStream, use them in subscriptions functions
export default defineComponent({
  name: "Home",
  domStreams: ["actionquot;],
  subscriptions() {
    this.action$.pipe(map(() => "Click Event !")).subscribe(console.log);
    // On click will print "Click Event"
  },
});

Tips

You can get the data by simply plucking it from the source stream:

const actionData$ = this.action$.pipe(pluck("data"));

You can bind Subject by this way

<button v-stream:click="actionquot;>Click Me!</button>
or
<button v-stream:click="{ subject: action$, data: someData }">+</button>


Ref

import { ref } from "@nopr3d/vue-next-rx";

// use ref like an Rx Subject
export default defineComponent({
  name: "Home",
  components: {},
  setup() {
    const msg = ref("Message exemple");

    setTimeout(() => {
      msg.value = "New message !";
    }, 2000);

    msg.subscribe((value) => {
      console.log(value); // After 2s will print : New message !
    });

    return { msg };
  },
});
<!-- bind to it normally in templates -->
<!-- on change DOM is update too -->
<div>{{ msg }}</div>


Watch

import { ref, watch } from "@nopr3d/vue-next-rx";

export default defineComponent({
  name: "Home",
  components: {},
  setup() {
    const msg = ref("Message exemple");

    watch(msg).subscribe((val) => {
      console.log(val); // After 2s will print : New message !
    });

    setTimeout(() => {
      msg.value = "New message !";
    }, 2000);

    return { msg };
  },
});
<!-- bind to it normally in templates -->
<!-- on change DOM is update too -->
<div>{{ msg }}</div>


Other API Methods


$watchAsObservable(expOrFn, [options])

This is a prototype method added to instances. You can use it to create an observable from a Data. The emitted value is in the format of { newValue, oldValue }:

import { ref } from "@nopr3d/vue-next-rx";

export default defineComponent({
  name: "Home",
  setup() {
    const msg = ref("Old Message");
    setTimeout(() => (msg.value = "New message incomming !"), 1000);
    return { msg };
  },
  subscriptions() {
    return {
      oldMsg: this.$watchAsObservable("msg").pipe(pluck("oldValue")),
    };
  },
});
<!-- bind to it normally in templates -->
<!-- on change DOM is update too -->
<div>{{ msg }}</div>
<!-- Will display : Old message, after 1 second display "New Message !" -->
<div>{{oldMsg}}</div>
<!-- wait for value and display "Old Message" after 1 second -->

$subscribeTo(observable, next, error, complete)

This is a prototype method added to instances. You can use it to subscribe to an observable, but let VueRx manage the dispose/unsubscribe.

import { interval } from "rxjs";

const vm = new Vue({
  mounted() {
    this.$subscribeTo(interval(1000), function (count) {
      console.log(count);
    });
  },
});

$fromDOMEvent(selector, event)

This is a prototype method added to instances. Use it to create an observable from DOM events within the instances' element. This is similar to Rx.Observable.fromEvent, but usable inside the subscriptions function even before the DOM is actually rendered.

selector is for finding descendant nodes under the component root element, if you want to listen to events from root element itself, pass null as first argument.

import { pluck } from "rxjs/operators";

const vm = new Vue({
  subscriptions() {
    return {
      inputValue: this.$fromDOMEvent("input", "keyup").pipe(
        pluck("target", "value")
      ),
    };
  },
});
<div><input /></div>
<div>{{inputValue}}</div>

$createObservableMethod(methodName)

Convert function calls to observable sequence which emits the call arguments.

This is a prototype method added to instances. Use it to create a shared hot observable from a function name. The function will be assigned as a vm method.

<custom-form :onSubmit="submitHandler"></custom-form>
const vm = new Vue({
  subscriptions() {
    return {
      // requires `share` operator
      formData: this.$createObservableMethod("submitHandler"),
    };
  },
});

You can use the observableMethods option to make it more declarative:

new Vue({
  observableMethods: {
    submitHandler: "submitHandlerquot;,
    // or with Array shothand: ['submitHandler']
  },
});

The above will automatically create two things on the instance:

  1. A submitHandler method which can be bound to in template with v-on;
  2. A submitHandler$ observable which will be the stream emitting calls to submitHandler.

example


Example

See /examples for some simple examples.



Test

Test look goods, feel free to open an issue !


License

MIT