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Angular HMR

Angular Hot Module Replacement

Angular-HMR Hot Module Reloading for Webpack and Angular. All versions of Angular and Webpack will work with this module

npm install @angularclass/hmr

hmr-state-dom

main.browser.ts
```typescript import { removeNgStyles, createNewHosts, bootloader } from '@angularclass/hmr';

@NgModule({ bootstrap: [ App ], declarations: [ App ], imports: [ // Angular 2 BrowserModule, FormsModule, HttpModule, RouterModule.forRoot([], { useHash: true }), // app appModule // vendors ], providers: [] }) class MainModule { constructor(public appRef: ApplicationRef) {} hmrOnInit(store) { if (!store || !store.state) return; console.log('HMR store', store); console.log('store.state.data:', store.state.data) // inject AppStore here and update it // this.AppStore.update(store.state) if ('restoreInputValues' in store) { store.restoreInputValues(); } // change detection this.appRef.tick(); delete store.state; delete store.restoreInputValues; } hmrOnDestroy(store) { var cmpLocation = this.appRef.components.map(cmp => cmp.location.nativeElement); // recreate elements store.disposeOldHosts = createNewHosts(cmpLocation) // inject your AppStore and grab state then set it on store // var appState = this.AppStore.get() store.state = {data: 'yolo'}; // store.state = Object.assign({}, appState) // save input values store.restoreInputValues = createInputTransfer(); // remove styles removeNgStyles(); } hmrAfterDestroy(store) { // display new elements store.disposeOldHosts() delete store.disposeOldHosts; // anything you need done the component is removed } }

export function main() { return platformBrowserDynamic().bootstrapModule(MainModule) // use

hmrModule
or the "@angularclass/hmr-loader" .then((ngModuleRef: any) => { //
module
global ref for webpackhmr // Don't run this in Prod return hmrModule(ngModuleRef, module); }); }

// boot on document ready bootloader(main);

`bootloader` is only needed to detect that the dom is ready before bootstraping otherwise bootstrap. This is needed because that dom is already ready during reloading.

Important Helpers

  • removeNgStyles: remove angular styles
  • createNewHosts and disposeOldHosts: recreate root elements for bootstrapping
  • bootloader: boot on document ready or boot if it's already ready
  • createInputTransfer and restoreInputValues: transfer input DOM state during replacement

Production

In production you only need bootloader which just does this:

```typescript export function bootloader(main) { if (document.readyState === 'complete') { main() } else { document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', main); } }

You would bootstrap your app the normal way, in production, after dom is ready. Also, in production, you should remove the loader:


@NGRX/platform (NGRX 4.x.x)

To hook into NGRX 4 you simply need to supply a reducer to set the state, and include it in your development metaReducers.

typescript
// make sure you export for AoT
export function stateSetter(reducer: ActionReducer): ActionReducer {
  return function(state: any, action: any) {
    if (action.type === 'SET_ROOT_STATE') {
      return action.payload;
    }
    return reducer(state, action);
  };
}
In your root reducer you can do something like this to include it in your
metaReducers
. You should access your environment here and only include this in development.
typescript
/**
 * By default, @ngrx/store uses combineReducers with the reducer map to compose
 * the root meta-reducer. To add more meta-reducers, provide an array of meta-reducers
 * that will be composed to form the root meta-reducer.
 */
export const metaReducers: ActionReducer[] = [stateSetter]
Simply supply the metaReducer to the
StoreModule
and your hmr is hooked in.
typescript
 StoreModule.forRoot(reducers, { metaReducers }),

enjoy — PatrickJS

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