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The useStore hooks for atomico follow an island model where the useStore tries to inherit a parent useStore when synchronizing with the webcomponent, this leaves 2 possibilities:
1. If useStore does not find a superior useStore it will use the assigned one as a parameter.
2. If useStore finds a superior useStore it will use that store for its synchronization.
this allows your application to respond to an instance-based configuration context.

useStore

Provider

Using the second parameter on useStore will generate a copy that defines the context of use and inheritance for the nested webcomponents.
const store = useStore(Store, initialState);

Consumer

Consumes the store either by assignment or inheritance
const store = useStore(Store);

useActionObserver

In @atomico/store every action is finite, this means that the store knows when the execution of an action is finished, useActionObserver lets you observe that, example:
const [ requestData, status ] = useActionObserver(store.actions.requestData);
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useEffect(requestData,[]);
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console.log(status)// 1. "", 2. "pending", 3. "fulfilled"
Where:
  1. 1.
    requestData: function that dispatches the action.
  2. 2.
    status: "" | "pending" | "fulfilled" | "rejected" dispatched action status.
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useActionFromForm

It subscribes to the submit of a form in order to dispatch the action, giving the action the instance of the form tag as a parameter.
const [status, submit] = useActionFromForm(refForm, store.action.send);
Where:
  1. 1.
    store.action.send: action to dispatch
  2. 2.
    status: "" | "pending" | "fulfilled" | "rejected" dispatched action status.
  3. 3.
    submit: callback to manually execute the action
Last modified 10mo ago