@kristiandupont/recase

    1.1.1 • Public • Published

    RECASE

    Change and detect the casing of a string.

    Install

    npm i @kristiandupont/recase
    

    Use

    const { recase, detectCasing } = require('@kristiandupont/recase');
     
    const initialCase = 'snake';
     
    const toCamel = recase(initialCase, 'camel');
    const toDash = recase(initialCase, 'dash');
     
    const s = 'some_string_initially_set_with_snake_case';
     
    console.log('Camel cased version:', toCamel(s));
    // prints: "Camel cased version: someStringInitiallySetWithSnakeCase"
     
    console.log('Dash cased version:', toDash(s));
    // prints: "Dash cased version: some-string-initially-set-with-snake-case"
     
    console.log('Casing detected:', detectCasing(s));
    // prints: "Casing detected: snake"

    recase

    recase(from, to, str)

    Takes two casing parameters which can both be one of dash, snake, camel or pascal. Additionally, from can be mixed or null which will make all word boundaries considered. The third parameter is the string to recase. This function is curried which means that if you call it with fewer than three parameters, the return value will be a new function, with the initial parameters bound. So if you want to have a function that converts any string to a pascal-cased one, you can create it like so:

    const toPascal = recase(null, 'pascal');
     
    console.log(toPascal('snake_case'));
    // Prints: "SnakeCase"

    detectCasing

    detectCasing(str)

    Takes a string that has been formatted. It will attempt to detect the casing.

    Casings

    • dash: example-string
    • snake: example_string
    • camel: exampleString
    • pascal: ExampleString

    Keywords

    none

    Install

    npm i @kristiandupont/recase

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    2,266

    Version

    1.1.1

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    7.34 kB

    Total Files

    5

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    • kristiandupont