Source code for trame.internal.state.decorators

from import get_app_instance

[docs]def change(*_args, **_kwargs): """ The @change decorator allows us to register a function so that it will be automatically called when any of the given list of state names gets modified. The decorated function is passed the full state as ``**kwargs`` when possible. This means you should have a method profile similar to ``fn(..., **kwargs)`` :param _args: List of names that your function should listen to :type _args: `list[str]` >>> @change('settings') ... def show_settings(settings, user, **kwargs): ... print(settings, "for", user) """ _app = get_app_instance() return _app.change(*_args, **_kwargs)