react-simple-contact-app

Simple Contact App: ES6, Prop Validate, Data flow and Component Communication

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import React, { Component, PropTypes } from 'react';
import { render } from 'react-dom';
// Main (stateful) component.
// Renders a SearchBar and a ContactList
// Passes down filterText state and handleUserInput callback as props

class ContactsApp extends Component {
	constructor(){
		super();
		this.state={
			filterText: ''
		};
	}
	handleUserInput(searchTerm){
		this.setState({filterText:searchTerm})
	}
	render(){
		return(
			<div>
			<SearchBar filterText={this.state.filterText} onUserInput={this.handleUserInput.bind(this)} />
			<ContactList contacts={this.props.contacts}
				filterText={this.state.filterText} />
			</div>
			)
		}
	}
	ContactsApp.propTypes = {
		contacts: PropTypes.arrayOf(PropTypes.object)
	}
	// Pure component that receives 2 props from the parent
	// filterText (string) and onUserInput (callback function)
	class SearchBar extends Component {
		handleChange(event){
			this.props.onUserInput(event.target.value)
		}
		render(){
			return <input type="search"
			placeholder="search"
			value={this.props.filterText}
			onChange={this.handleChange.bind(this)} />
		}
	}
	SearchBar.propTypes = {
		onUserInput: PropTypes.func.isRequired,
		filterText: PropTypes.string.isRequired
}
// Pure component that receives both contacts and filterText as props
// The component is responsible for actualy filtering the
// contacts before displaying them.

// It's considered a pure component because given the same
// contacts and filterText props the output will always be the same.
class ContactList extends Component {
	render(){
		let filteredContacts = this.props.contacts.filter(
			(contact) => contact.name.indexOf(this.props.filterText) !== -1
			);
		return(
			<ul>
			{filteredContacts.map(
				(contact) => <ContactItem key={contact.email}
				name={contact.name}
				email={contact.email} />
				)}
				</ul>
				)
	}
}

ContactList.propTypes = {
		contacts: PropTypes.arrayOf(PropTypes.object),
		filterText: PropTypes.string.isRequired
}

class ContactItem extends Component {
	render() {
		return <li>{this.props.name} - {this.props.email}</li>
	}
}

ContactItem.propTypes = {
	name: PropTypes.string.isRequired,
	email: PropTypes.string.isRequired
}

let contacts = [
	{ name: "Tran Ky Phat", email: "[email protected]" },
	{ name: "Huynh Tong Trach", email: "[email protected]" },
	{ name: "Duong Di", email: "[email protected]" },
	{ name: "Xa Thi Man", email: "[email protected]" },
	{ name: "Iron man", email: "[email protected]" },
	{ name: "Captain American", email: "[email protected]" },
]

render(<ContactsApp contacts={contacts} />, document.getElementById('root'));

 

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