@andre_garvin/pipe

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    pipe

    version@0.0.0

    A simple pipe function that runs synchronously and asynchronously Promised based.

    I created this module because there were and are still times I would find myself re-creating this function throughout other projects. The main purpose of the function is to pass data from one function/promise to another and then return that data back.

    const pipe = require('@andre_garvin/pipe')
     
    function reverse(str) {
        let reverse_str = '';
        for (let i = str.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
            reverse_str += str[i];
        }
        return reverse_str;
    }
     
    const upperCase = (str) => str.toUpperCase();
     
    // sync
    const newStr = pipe([
        reverse,
        upperCase
    ], 'Hello, World!')
     
    console.log( newStr ) // !DLROW ,OLLEH
    const pipe = require('@andre_garvin/pipe').Promise
    // If you do not use the `.Promise` property it will still resolve the Promise being pased to pipe
     
    function stripChar(str, sep) {
        return new Promise(resolve => {
            
            const transformedStr = str.split('').reduce((newTransformedStr, char) => {
                if (!sep.includes(char.toLowerCase())) {
                    newTransformedStr += char;
                    return newTransformedStr;
                }
                return newTransformedStr
            }, '')
            
            return resolve(transformedStr)
        })
    }
     
    // you can also pass in other arguments into the function
    pipe([reverse, upperCase, stripChar], 'Hello, World!', 'l')
        .then(newStr => console.log(newStr)) // !DROW ,OEH

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    npm i @andre_garvin/pipe

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    MIT

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