Vuex Support

The stored browser values (localStorage, cookie, etc.) changes can be synced with Vuex state. For example:

import Vue from 'vue'
import VueWarehouse from 'vue-warehouse'
import VueWarehouseSync from 'vue-warehouse/sync'

import VuexStore from './Vuex/store' // Vuex store instance
import VueWarehouseStore from 'store' // vue-warehouse store instance

const unsync = VueWarehouseSync(VuexStore, VueWarehouseStore) // done. Returns an unsync callback function

Vue.use(VueWarehouse, {
  store: VueWarehouseStore

// bootstrap your app...

// During app/Vue teardown (e.g., you only use Vue.js in a portion of your app and you
// navigate away from that portion and want to release/destroy Vue components/resources)
unsync() // Unsyncs store from VueWarehouse

You can optionally set a custom Vuex module name:

  { moduleName: 'vuexTrunkOfMemories' }

How does it work?

  • It adds a warehouse module into the Vuex store, which contains the state representing the last change made to the browser store (localStorage, cookie, etc.):

    store.state.warehouse.action    // action performed (set, remove, clearAll)
    store.state.warehouse.key       // key affected
    store.state.warehouse.value     // sent value
    store.state.warehouse.oldValue  // last value before performing the action
  • When an action is performed with vue-warehouse, the Vuex store's state is updated.

  • store.state.warehouse is immutable, because it is derived state from the changes sent to vue-warehouse, which is the source of truth. You should not attempt to update the browser store (localStorage, cookie, etc.) by mutating the warehouse object. Instead, just call $warehouse.set(), $warehouse.get(), $warehouse.remove() or $warehouse.clearAll().

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