# Usage with Svelte

XState integrates great with Svelte, and especially Svelte stores!

The only gotcha is that you'll need this extra package.

npm install @rollup/plugin-replace --save-dev

Import the new package in rollup.config.js

import replace from "@rollup/plugin-replace";

Then add this to the plugins array in rollup.config.js.

replace({ 
    'process.env.NODE_ENV': process.env.NODE_ENV
})

# machine.js

import { createMachine } from 'xstate';

// This machine is completely decoupled from Svelte
export const toggleMachine = createMachine({
  id: 'toggle',
  initial: 'inactive',
  states: {
    inactive: {
      on: { TOGGLE: 'active' }
    },
    active: {
      on: { TOGGLE: 'inactive' }
    }
  }
});

# App.svelte - Standard usage

<script>
    import {interpret} from 'xstate';
    import {toggleMachine} from './machine';
    
    let current;
    
    const toggleService = interpret(toggleMachine)
        .onTransition((state) => {
            current = state;
        }).start()
</script>

<button on:click={() => toggleService.send('TOGGLE')}>
    {current.matches('inactive') ? 'Off' : 'On'}
</button>

# App.svelte - Store usage

The toggleService has a .subscribe function that is similar to Svelte stores, so it can be used as a readable store.

<script>
    import {interpret} from 'xstate';
    import {toggleMachine} from './machine';
        
    const toggleService = interpret(toggleMachine).start();
</script>

<button on:click={() => toggleService.send('TOGGLE')}>
    {$toggleService.matches('inactive') ? 'Off' : 'On'}
</button>

If you're not familiar with the '$' syntax, it basically just reads the value of a store.