/ State

Simple and powerful state using React context

Simple and powerful state using React context

constate

context + state = constate

Tiny React state management library that lets you work with local state and scale up to global state with ease when needed.

import React from "react";
import { Container } from "constate";

const initialState = { count: 0 };

const actions = {
  increment: () => state => ({ count: state.count + 1 })
};

const Counter = () => (
  <Container initialState={initialState} actions={actions}>
    {({ count, increment }) => (
      <button onClick={increment}>{count}</button>
    )}
  </Container>
);

Example

});


On the other hand, [`effects`](#effects) and lifecycle methods can be a little tricky to test depending on how you implement them.

You can also use [`mount`](#mount) to create integration tests. This is how we can test our `CounterContainer` with its [`tick effect`](#effects):

```jsx
import { mount } from "constate";
import CounterContainer from "./CounterContainer";

test("initialState", () => {
  const state = mount(CounterContainer);
  expect(state.count).toBe(0);
});

test("increment", () => {
  const state = mount(CounterContainer);
  expect(state.count).toBe(0);
  state.increment(1);
  expect(state.count).toBe(1);
  state.increment(-1);
  expect(state.count).toBe(0);
});

test("getParity", () => {
  const state = mount(<CounterContainer initialState={{ count: 1 }} />);
  expect(state.getParity()).toBe("odd");
});

test("tick", () => {
  jest.useFakeTimers();
  const state = mount(CounterContainer);
  
  state.tick();

  jest.advanceTimersByTime(1000);
  expect(state.count).toBe(1);

  jest.advanceTimersByTime(1000);
  expect(state.count).toBe(2);
});

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