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useEvent

Bind event to current scope to use in dom event handlers. Only effector-react/scope version works this way, useEvent of effector-react is no-op and does not require Provider with scope.

useEvent(unit)

Arguments

  1. unit (Event or Effect): Event or effect which will be binded to current scope

Returns

(Function): Function to pass to event handlers. Will trigger given unit in current scope

Example

import ReactDOM from 'react-dom'
import {createEvent, createStore, fork} from 'effector'
import {useStore, useEvent, Provider} from 'effector-react/scope'

const inc = createEvent()
const $count = createStore(0)
.on(inc, x => x + 1)

const App = () => {
const count = useStore($count)
const incFn = useEvent(inc)

return (
<>
<p>Count: {count}</p>
<button onClick={() => incFn()}>increment</button>
</>
)
}

const scope = fork()

ReactDOM.render(
<Provider value={scope}>
<App />
</Provider>,
document.getElementById('root'),
)

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useEvent(shape)

Arguments

  1. shape Object or array of (Event or Effect): Events or effects as values which will be bound to the current scope

Returns

(Object or Array): List of functions with the same names or keys as argument to pass to event handlers. Will trigger given unit in current scope

Example

import ReactDOM from 'react-dom'
import {createStore, createEvent, fork} from 'effector'
import {useStore, useEvent, Provider} from 'effector-react/scope'

const inc = createEvent()
const dec = createEvent()

const $count = createStore(0)
.on(inc, x => x + 1)
.on(dec, x => x - 1)

const App = () => {
const count = useStore($count)
const handler = useEvent({inc, dec})
// or
const [a, b] = useEvent([inc, dec])

return (
<>
<p>Count: {count}</p>
<button onClick={() => handler.inc()}>increment</button>
<button onClick={() => handler.dec()}>decrement</button>
</>
)
}

const scope = fork()

ReactDOM.render(
<Provider value={scope}>
<App />
</Provider>,
document.getElementById('root'),
)