merge(unitsArray)

Merges array of units (Store/Event/Effect), returns a new Event, which fires upon trigger of any of merged units.

Arguments

  1. unitsArray (Array<Store/Event/Effect>): Array of units to be merged.

Returns

Event, which fires upon any of merged units was triggered

Example 1

import {createEvent, merge} from 'effector'
const foo = createEvent()
const bar = createEvent()
const baz = merge([foo, bar])
baz.watch(v => console.log('merged event triggered: ', v))
foo(1)
// => merged event triggered: 1
bar(2)
// => merged event triggered: 2

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tip

Array can contain both events and stores. In this case, resulting event will fire, upon trigger of merged events, or upon store updates.

Example 2

import {createEvent, createStore, merge} from 'effector'
const setFoo = createEvent()
const setBar = createEvent()
const $foo = createStore(0).on(setFoo, (_, v) => v)
const $bar = createStore(100).on(setBar, (_, v) => v)
const anyUpdated = merge([$foo, $bar])
anyUpdated.watch(v => console.log(`state changed to: ${v}`))
setFoo(1) // => state changed to: 1
setBar(123) // => state changed to: 123

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Example 3

import {createEvent, createStore, merge} from 'effector'
const setFoo = createEvent()
const otherEvent = createEvent()
const $foo = createStore(0).on(setFoo, (_, v) => v)
const merged = merge([$foo, otherEvent])
merged.watch(v => console.log(`merged event payload: ${v}`))
setFoo(999)
// => merged event payload: 999
otherEvent('bar')
// => merged event payload: bar

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