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How to manipulate choo state with nanocomponent method

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Hi 👋 I’m just starting with nanocomponent so this might be a repeated/silly question. I was wondering how can I call a method from a component that change the whole choo app state. Going further, it would be cool to share state between components and choo app, because in the createElement function I’m always passing some or all of the state. Maybe there is an easy way to do this, but I just can figure it out.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:10 (10 by maintainers)

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YerkoPalmacommented, Aug 14, 2017

Well, I think that my doubts/issues about Nanocomponent are resolved now, so I’m closing this. I’m also opening an issue in choo to discuss about namespacing events.

Choo issue here:

ungoldmancommented, Aug 10, 2017

No problem @YerkoPalma! I think you found something worth rethinking in terms of choo’s internal architecture 👍

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