LifeCycleEventHub

Interface

export declare class LifeCycleEventHub {
    onChangeStore(handler: (payload: StoreChangedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;
    onBeginTransaction(handler: (payload: TransactionBeganPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;
    onEndTransaction(handler: (payload: TransactionEndedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;
    onWillExecuteEachUseCase(handler: (payload: WillExecutedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;
    onDispatch(handler: (payload: DispatchedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;
    onDidExecuteEachUseCase(handler: (payload: DidExecutedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;
    onCompleteEachUseCase(handler: (payload: CompletedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;
    onErrorDispatch(handler: (payload: ErrorPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;
    release(): void;
}

export declare class LifeCycleEventHub {

LifeCycleEventHub provide the way for observing almin life-cycle events.

See also


onChangeStore(handler: (payload: StoreChangedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;

Register handler function that is called when Store is changed.

Notes

This event should not use for updating view.

// BAD
context.events.onChangeStore(() => {
   updateView();
})

You should use context.onChange for updating view.

// GOOD
context.onChange(() => {
   updateView();
})

Because, context.onChange is optimized for updating view. By contrast, context.events.onChangeStore is not optimized data. It is useful data for logging.


onBeginTransaction(handler: (payload: TransactionBeganPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;

Register handler function that is called when begin Context.transaction.

This handler will be not called when Context.useCase is executed.


onEndTransaction(handler: (payload: TransactionEndedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;

Register handler function that is called when Context.transaction is ended.

This handler will be not called when Context.useCase is executed.


onWillExecuteEachUseCase(handler: (payload: WillExecutedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;

Register handler function to Context. handler is called when each useCases will execute.


onDispatch(handler: (payload: DispatchedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;

Register handler function to Context. handler is called the handler with user-defined payload object when the UseCase dispatch with payload. This onDispatch is not called at built-in event. It is filtered by Context. If you want to All dispatched event and use listen directly your dispatcher object. In other word, listen the dispatcher of new Context({dispatcher}).

Example

const dispatchUseCase = ({dispatcher}) => {
  return () => dispatcher.dispatch({ type: "fired-payload" });
};
context.events.onDispatch((payload, meta) => {
  console.log(payload); // { type: "fired-payload" }
});

context.useCase(dispatchUseCase).execute();

onDidExecuteEachUseCase(handler: (payload: DidExecutedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;

handler is called when each useCases are executed.


onCompleteEachUseCase(handler: (payload: CompletedPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;

handler is called when each useCases are completed. This handler is always called asynchronously.


onErrorDispatch(handler: (payload: ErrorPayload, meta: DispatcherPayloadMeta) => void): () => void;

handler is called when some UseCase throw Error.

Throwing Error is following case:

  • Throw exception in a UseCase
  • Return rejected promise in a UseCase
  • Call UseCase#throwError(error)

release(): void;

Release all events handler.


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