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Introduction

What is Zova?

Zova is a vue3 framework with ioc container. With the support of ioc container, defining reactive states no longer needs ref/reactive, nor ref.value

With UI libraries

Zova can be used with any UI library and comes with built-in project templates for several UI libraries, making it easy to use out of the box, including:

  • antdv
  • element-plus
  • quasar
  • vuetify

Features

Zova has introduced the following distinct features for Vue3:

  1. No ref/reactive, No ref.value: With the support of ioc container, defining reactive states no longer needs ref/reactive. Without ref, naturally there is no need to write a lot of ref.value
  2. Type programming without type: Zova adopts a strategy that combines dependency injection and dependency lookup, significantly reducing the use of decorator functions. Prioritizing the use of dependency lookup can achieve a development experience of Type programming without type, which means that we can enjoy the many benefits of type programming without the need to annotate types, thus keeping our code concise and elegant, significantly improving development efficiency, and ensuring code quality
  3. Modularization: In a large web business system, as the business grows and changes, it is also necessary to divide the system into relatively independent modules in order to avoid code bloating. This is why Zova introduces modularization. In Zova, a module is a natural bundle boundary, and automatically bundled into an independent asynchronous chunk when building, bidding farewell to the hassle of Vite configuration and effectively avoiding the fragmentation of bundles. Especially in large business systems, this advantage is particularly evident

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No ref/reactive

Demonstration: no ref/reactive, no ref.value

Edit zhennann/zova-demo-codesandbox/main

1. Define reactive state

Define a reactive variable count in the component and add two methods to modify its value

typescript
export class ControllerPageCounter {
  count: number = 0;

  increment() {
    this.count++;
  }

  decrement() {
    this.count--;
  }
}

2. Use reactive state

Use count in render class

typescript
export class RenderCounter {
  render() {
    return (
      <div>
        <div>count(ref): {this.count}</div>
        <button onClick={() => this.increment()}>Increment</button>
        <button onClick={() => this.decrement()}>Decrement</button>
      </div>
    );
  }
}

Demonstration: dependency injection

Edit zhennann/zova-demo-codesandbox/main

1. Logic Reuse

Create a Counter Bean to implement the logic of count

typescript
@Local()
export class Counter {
  count: number = 0;

  increment() {
    this.count++;
  }

  decrement() {
    this.count--;
  }
}

2. Inject and use in a component

typescript
export class ControllerPageCounter {
  @Use()
  $$counter: Counter;
}
typescript
export class RenderCounter {
  render() {
    return (
      <div>
        <div>count(ref): {this.$$counter.count}</div>
        <button onClick={() => this.$$counter.increment()}>Increment</button>
        <button onClick={() => this.$$counter.decrement()}>Decrement</button>
      </div>
    );
  }
}

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