Getting started


Visly State works with React & Node.js, whether you use JavaScript or TypeScript.

Install it using npm:

npm install @visly/state

or yarn:

yarn add @visly/state

Creating your first state

In the following sections we'll cover in depth how to use Visly State. For now we'll just create a simple state container with a counter which we can read and update from a React component.

import { state, useValue, useMutation } from '@visly/state'
const appState = state({ count: 0 })
function Component() {
const count = useValue(appState, s => s.count)
const increment = useMutation(appState, s => s.count++)
return (
<button onClick={increment}>increment</button>

This example shows how we can store global application state, read & display it in our UI, and finally how to update the state. The component will automatically re-render when the count changes as it is subscribed to it by calling useValue.