A collection utilities for architecting SwiftUI apps in the Redux/Elm style of Reducers, Actions, Side Effects and Middlewares.
Swift Packages ->
Add Package Dependency and enter
You can add
CypherPoetSwiftUIReduxUtils as a package dependency in your
let package = Package( //... dependencies: [ .package( name: "CypherPoetSwiftUIReduxUtils", url: "https://github.com/CypherPoet/SwiftUIReduxUtils", .upToNextMinor(from: "0.4.0") ), ], //... )
From there, refer to the
SwiftUIReduxUtils "product" delivered by the
CypherPoetSwiftUIReduxUtils "package" inside of any of your project's target dependencies:
targets: [ .target( name: "YourLibrary", dependencies: [ .product( name: "SwiftUIReduxUtils", package: "CypherPoetSwiftUIReduxUtils" ), ], ... ), ... ]
import SwiftUIReduxUtils wherever you’d like to use it.
Version 0.2.2 had an example application that demonstrated this, but it's no longer functional after
0.3.0's concurrency refactor. That said, until I get a new example in place, it could still be useful to look through to some extent.
There aren't many to-dos here at the moment, but feedback and suggestions are certainly not discouraged. Check out some of the issue templates for more info.
Documentation is built with Xcode's DocC. See Apple's guidance on how to build, run, and create DocC content.
For now, the best way to view the docs is to open the project in Xcode and run the
Build Documentation command. At some point in the future, I'm hoping to leverage the tooling the develops for generating/hosting DocC documentation. (Please feel free to let me know if you have any ideas or tooling recommendations around this 🙂).
This project wouldn't be possible without several enlightening projects, articles, and tutorials by others in the Swift community who latched onto using these patterns in SwiftUI. Here are just a few of its main inspirations:
CypherPoetSwiftUIReduxUtils is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.
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