Looking the examples from the README:  Given the "bad" structure:  [{   id: 1,   title: 'Some Article',   author: {     id: 1,     name: 'Dan'   } }, {   id: 2,   title: 'Other Article',   author: {     id: 1,     name...
I'm getting data from my API, and passing it through normalizr before dumping it into redux. When I get people data from the API the reducer should append them to the people store. Right now my reducer is overwriting all existing data in the stor...
For a polymorphic schema such as Union in Normalizr, for schema definitions and data:  const data = { owner: { id: 1, type: 'user', name: 'Anne' } };  const user = new schema.Entity('users'); const group = new schema.Entity(&#...
Let's say I have a structure like this, which is the result of one fetch from an API and using "normalizr" on my entities:  entities: {     users:{         1: {             name: 'John',             posts: [ 1, 4 ]         }     }...
Currently working on a react + redux project.  I'm also using normalizr to handle the data structure and reselect to gather the right data for the app components.   All seems to be working well.  I find myself in a situation where a leaf-like com...
I need to normalize this data so that I have both an array of  lists and another of todos.  const data = [    {      _id: '1',      title: 'List1',      todos: [       {          _id: "11",           text: "Test1"...
I am having a hard time structure my data in a localized blogging app.  My app is displaying posts, with embedded pictures (one-to-many), in three languages (English, French and Russian).   The visitor can choose its locale. The editors can edit the...
So I'm using normalizr to massage some data how I see fit. However, some of the entities that are passed through normalizr are not needed by my application. Is there a way to throw out an entity using process strategy or something similar? Thanks...
I need to restructure the data from server API to use in my client application and I came to know about normalizr. I am trying to use this library if possible.  The structure of the data is as follows.  {     "history": [{             "_i...
import { normalize, Schema, arrayOf } from 'normalizr';  var ListA = [     {         id:1,          text: "text1",         comments : [             {                 id: 232,                 text: "asfasd"             },...

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