## Run demo ``` docker-compose -f docker-compose-server.yml up yarn serve ``` ## Installation

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import oarepoInvenioApiVueComposition from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@oarepo/invenio-api-vue-composition';



Run demo

    docker-compose -f docker-compose-server.yml up
    yarn serve


    yarn add @vue/composition-api
    yarn add @oarepo/vue-query-synchronizer
    yarn add @oarepo/invenio-api-vue-composition
    // main.js
    Vue.use(VueQuerySynchronizer, {
        debug: true,
        router: router

Common usage - API passed as props to your component

Collection and record viewers

Wrap your components when you add them into routes:

export const routes = [
    // note: record needs to be the first because of its path 
        name: 'record-viewer-editor',
        // path is implicitely '/${collectionCode}'  -we want the records in the root, so have to create it manually
        path: '/:recordId',
        collectionCode: 'records',
        component: RecordViewer

        name: 'record-list',
        path: '/',
        collectionCode: 'records',
        component: CollectionViewer,
        recordRouteName: 'record-viewer'

This will inject a wrapper component (invisible in DOM tree) that fetches the collection/record, shows the loading status and possible errors, on success pass records and facets to your component and reacts to facet selection, pagination and search as emitted by your component.

A sample implementation of CollectionViewer is in the demo.

Facet shows that each facet contains a reactive model that can be used to directly toggle the facet on/off.

For a record viewer see RecordViewer

See the collection API docs and record API docs for possible parameters and for an extensive list of properties that are passed to your component.

API access

You can have an access to API either via the wrappers above - but they always fetch the data before your component gets called - or via the "api" wrappers:

export const routes = [
        name: 'record-creator',
        path: '/create',
        collectionCode: 'records',
        component: RecordCreator

This wrapper just creates the API, pre-populates it with the baseUrl and collection code and passes control (with all props) to your component.

It is usable for example, for creating new records as shown above, as there is no need to load the collection when a new record is created within it.

See collection API docs for details

Composable API

The collectionApi or recordApi props passed to your component are return values of Composable API functions useInvenioCollection and useInvenioRecord.

If you want you can use them directly without the wrapper components ( but always directly in the setup function, you can not initialize them later, as in event handlers):

import {useInvenioCollection} from '@oarepo/invenio-api-vue-composition'

export default {
    function setup(props, ctx) {
            // see the docs for other options here
        } = useInvenioCollection('/api')

        return {
           error, facets, records

More documentation is at API docs