Having fun with React Hooks. The hook uses React’s useEffect hook to register and unregister a keydown event listener on the window or supplied target element. ReactTraining.com will give a joint presentation covering hooks and some of the concepts from their training.
I was recently tasked with creating an Easter Egg in our application to launch a troubleshooting menu. In the past, I’ve done this by clicking on a sequence of items or on what appears to be a disabled icon a few times. However, this time I decided to try a different approach and implement a React hook that listens for the Konami Code input on the keyboard. Thus, the
useKonami hook was born. Here are the highlights:
onUnlockcallback after the sequence has been successfully entered by the user
The hook uses React’s
useEffect hook to register and unregister a
keydown event listener on the window or supplied target element. It then receives the keyboard down presses and compares them against the unlock sequence. Upon successfully pressing the sequence, the hook then calls the supplied
onUnlock callback. If the sequence is entered incorrectly, then the optional
onReset callback will be called. There is also an optional
onKeyPress callback that is invoked each time a key in the sequence is successfully pressed.
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