resourceReducer
Creates a Redux reducer that manages a resource slice.

Arguments

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    resourceType (String): The type of your resource. Typically, you'll want to use a plural type. For instance, "books," rather than "book." When using combineReducers, you should also use this as the key of your store slice for consistency.
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    [options] (Object): Options that can be used to configure the reducer. The options are:
    • initialState: Initial state to shallowly merge into the default initial state for the slice of the store.
    • plugins: An array of reducer functions that will be called after the default reducer function. Use this to augment the behavior of the built-in reducer, or to add support for custom action types for this store slice. Plugins are functions that are called with the arguments (state, action, options), where options are the same options that you passed to resourceReducer. For more, refer to the Plugins documentation.
    • initialResourceMeta: Additional metadata to include on any new resource's metadata after a read or create operation.

Returns

(Reducer): A reducing function for this resource.

Example

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import { createStore, combineReducers } from 'redux';
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import { resourceReducer } from 'redux-resource';
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let store = createStore(
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combineReducers({
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books: resourceReducer('books'),
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users: resourceReducer('users')
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})
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);
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Tips

  • Any options you pass to the resourceReducer will also be passed to the
    plugins. You can use this fact to add your own custom options to
    configure the behavior of your plugins. To learn more about plugins, refer