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JavaRedux is an implementation of Redux library in Java

Quick Start


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Installation with Maven

  1. Add this to pom.xml file
  2. Run via command line
     mvn install 

Installation with Gradle

  1. Add following to build.gradle
     implementation "com.rupindr:java-redux:1.0"
  2. Run ./gradlew build via command line

Basic code example

Here is a basic usage example. Each component is explained in detail, further down in this guide.

Create a class representing the state of the application

class AppState implements State {           // each state class must implement State interface
      public String property1 = "";           // we can make these private...
      public String property2 = "";           // ... and provide getters and setters
      public int compareTo(Object o) {        // state class must implement compareTo method
          AppState appState = (AppState) o;
          return (this.property1.equals(appState.property1) && this.property2.equals(appState.property2)) ? 0 : 1;
      /* clone method */

Create a store

Store<AppState> store = new Store<>(); //       store is a state container

Register one or more reducers. Reducer modifies the state based on Actions

store.registerReducer("main", (action, state) -> {              // Here "main" is the name of the reducer
      AppState newState = state.clone();                          // It is recommended to create new state object
      switch (action.getType()) {
          case "SET_PROP1":                                       // Multiple case blocks modify state according to Action type
              newState.property1 = (String) action.getPayload();  // Never update state properties directly except from within a reducer function
              return newState;
          case "SET_PROP2":
              newState.property2 = (String) action.getPayload();
              return newState;
      return state;
  }, new AppState());                                             // Third optional parameter is initial state. It is null by default.

Subscribe with one or more event handlers on the reducer. All handlers will be called every time the state changes for that specific reducer.

store.subscribe("main", state -> System.out.println("This is first handler. Property 1 value is " + state.property1));
  store.subscribe("main", state -> System.out.println("This is second handler. Property 2 value is " + state.property2));

Execute (Dispatch) the actions. There are multiple ways to do this.

store.dispatch(ActionCreator.create("SET_PROP1", "New value"));
  store.dispatch(new Action<String>("SET_PROP2", "New value for prop 2"));

Get the state using store.getState(), It returns a map {reducerName -> stateObject}


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