Package

purescript-react-basic-textf

Repository
j-keck/purescript-react-basic-textf
License
MIT
Uploaded by
j-keck
Published on
2019-12-15

Formatting Numbers or Timestamps in React-Basic can be boilerplate. This small library gives you functions to format Int, Number, Data.Time, Data.Date and Data.DateTime values.

Each formatter function expects a record with properties which defines how the given value should be formattet.

CommonProps are properties which all formatters accepts and are defined as:

{ title :: String, className :: String, css :: React.Basic.DOM.Internal.CSS }

Use the textf :: Array Fragment -> React.Basic.JSX function to create the side content.

You can format:

Text

text :: { | CommonProps } -> String -> Fragment.

Int

int :: { | CommonProps } -> Int -> Fragment

Number

num :: { precision :: Int | CommonProps } -> Int -> Fragment

Time, Date or DateTime

time :: { format :: Array <TimeFmt> | CommonProps } -> Data.Time.Time -> Fragment

date :: { format :: Array <DateFmt> | CommonProps } -> Data.Date.Date -> Fragment

dateTime :: { format :: Array <DateTimeFmt> | CommonProps } -> Data.DateTime.DateTime -> Fragment

Currently supported formats are:

<TimeFmt are: hh, mi and ss

<DateFmt> are: dd, mm and yyyy

<DateTimeFmt> are: ~dd, mm, yyyy, hh, mi and ss

This code snippet:

let a = 3
    b = 43.1234567
    header = TF.text { style: R.css
                         { display: "block"
                         , fontSize: "xx-large"
                         , margin: "20px 0px 5px 0px"
                         }
                     }
    jsx = TF.textf
          [ header "Text / Numbers"
          , TF.text { title: "very simple!" } "a simple example: "
          , TF.int' a
          , TF.text' " * "
          , TF.num { precision: 2} b
          , TF.text' " = "
          , TF.num { precision: 2
                   , style: R.css { fontWeight: "bold" }
                   } (toNumber a * b)
          , TF.text' "."
            -- ------------------------------------------
          , header "Time"
          , TF.text' "Current time: "
          , TF.time { format: [TF.hh, TF.s ":", TF.mi, TF.s ":", TF.ss]
                    , title: "Format: hh:mi:ss"
                    , style: R.css { fontFamily: "monospace" }
                    } $ DT.time dt
            -- ------------------------------------------
          , header "Date"
          , TF.text' "Current date: "
          , TF.date { format: [TF.dd, TF.s ".", TF.mm, TF.s ".", TF.yyyy]
                    , title: "Format: dd.mm.yyyy"
                    , style: R.css { border: "1px solid black" }
                    } $ DT.date dt

            -- ------------------------------------------
          , header "DateTime"
          , TF.dateTime { format: [ TF.s "Day: ", TF.dd, TF.s ", Month: ", TF.mm
                                  , TF.s ", Hour: ", TF.hh, TF.s ", Seconds: ", TF.ss
                                  ]
                        } dt
          ]
mount jsx

see Example.purs for the full code

generates the following output: ./example/index.png