The attributes passed into the component.
A class name to apply to the body while the route is active.
The root DOM element for the component.
The number of activity items to load per request.
Whether or not the activity feed is currently loading.
Whether or not there are any more activity items that can be loaded.
The Post models in the feed.
Whether we should scroll to the top of the page when its rendered.
Class component state that is persisted between redraws.
Updating this will not automatically trigger a redraw, unlike other frameworks.
This is different to Vnode state, which is always an instance of your class component.
undefined by default.
Whether the browser should restore scroll state on refreshes.
The user this page is for.
Returns a jQuery object for this component's element. If you pass in a selector string, this method will return a jQuery object, using the current element as its buffer.
For example, calling
component.$('li') will return a jQuery object
containing all of the
li elements inside the DOM element of this
the jQuery object for the DOM node
Get the content to display in the user page.
Load the next page of results.
Load a new page of the user's activity feed.
Given a username, load the user's profile from the store, or make a request if we don't have it yet. Then initialize the profile page with that user.
Build an item list for the navigation in the sidebar.
Clear and reload the user's activity feed.
Initialize the component with a user, and trigger the loading of their activity feed.
Build an item list for the content of the sidebar.
Base view template for the user page.
Convenience method to attach a component without JSX.
Has the same effect as calling
m(THIS_CLASS, attrs, children).
Initialize the component's attrs.
This can be used to assign default values for missing, optional attrs.
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PostsUserPagecomponent shows a user's activity feed inside of their profile.