My observable helpers.

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import seNgObservableUtils from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@se-ng/observable-utils';



My observable helpers.


A easy way to create a observable model. It replaces combineLatest([a,b]).map(([a,b])=>({a,b})) It removes the duplications from that, and makes sure typing flow correctly.

const invoice$ = modelFromLatest<testModel>({
  customer: customer$,
  invoiceHeader: ivh$,
  invoiceLines: ivh$.pipe(switchmap(ivh => this.loadLines(ivh.id)))

createGetStateMethod and createSetStateMethod

Helper functions for setting properties inside an replay/behavior subject in a component.

export class DemoComponent  {
  state$ = new BehaviorSubject({
    searchText: '',
    counter: 0
  setState = createSetStateMethod(this.state$);
  getState = createGetStateMethod(this.state$)

  async modifyCounterWith(delta:number) {
    const oldval = this.getState('counter')
    this.setState('counter', oldVal+delta)


The setState method that is created on the class is fully typed. It takes 2 kind of parameters.

  1. this.setState('propname',newValue) where propname is a string, typechecked to exist in the state$, and newValue is a new value for that property, that is also typechecked against the state$
  2. this.setState({prop1:val, prop2:val}) where it takes an object, that must be a partial of state$, and is typechecked for that.


The getState method that is created on the class. It takes 0 to 1 parameter:

  1. this.getState()without parameter, will return a promise with the full content of the state$
  2. this.getState('propname') the propname is a string that must exist (and is type checked), returns a promise with the properties value out of state$
  3. this.getState(['propname1','propname2'])will return a promsise with a partial out of state$,