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    @randajan/jet-core

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    @randajan/jet-core

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    Goal is to create ecosystem for javascript types with possibility to define custom types. This package provide easy and deep objects map and comparing, generic creating, filtering by types, content & other stuff

    Install

    npm install @randajan/jet-core

    or

    yarn add @randajan/jet-core

    Main methods

    These methods, are exclusive for default jet export

    jet(any, strict=true)

    will return jet type name of variable any

    • Arguments
      • any: any variable
      • strict: boolean (true = return closest type)
    • Return
      • all=false: top type of variable
      • all=true: array with all types of variable
    • Example
      • jet.type([]) === "Array";
      • jet(new (class {})(), true) === undefined;
      • jet(new (class {})(), false) === "Object";

    jet.define(name, constructor, options={})

    Defining custom types for detecting, creating and copying Same jet methods will be attached to jet.name, to constructor.jet.() and to prototype.jet.*()

    • Arguments
      • name: string (name of the type)
      • constructor: class
      • options: object
        • create: function (creating new instance)
        • is: function (verify type of variable)
        • full: function (check if variable is full)
        • copy: function (perform copy)
        • rnd: function (create with random content)
        • keys: function (array of keys for mapable types)
        • vals: function (array of values for mapable types)
        • pairs: function (array of entries for mapable types)
        • get: function (get key for mapable types)
        • set: function (set key for mapable types)
        • rem: function (rem key for mapable types)
        • extend: _boolean (false=turn off extension of constructor and prototype)
        • extendConstructor: _boolean or object (false=turn off extension of constructor)
        • extendPrototype: _boolean or object (false=turn off extension of prototype)
    • Return
      • constructor
    • Example
      • jet.type.define("Array", Array, { create:x=>new Array(x), copy:x=>Array.from(x) } );
      • jet.type.define("Element", Element, { extendConstructor:{ find:query=>document.querySelector(query) } });

    jet.isMapable(any, strict=true)

    Return true on any type of variable that has mapable=true on its type definition

    • Arguments
      • any: any variable
      • strict: boolean (true = is closest type mapable)
    • Return
      • true when variable is mapable
    • Example
      • jet.isMapable([]) === true
      • jet.isMapable({}) === true;
      • jet.isMapable("foo") === false;

    jet.isRunnable(any)

    Return true if any typeof === function

    • Arguments
      • any: any variable
    • Return
      • true when variable is runnable
    • Example
      • jet.isRunnable([]) === false
      • jet.isRunnable({}) === false;
      • jet.isRunnable(()=>{}) === true;

    jet.copy(any, deep=false)

    Will create copy of instance

    • Arguments
      • any: any variable
      • deep: boolean (deep copy of mapable objects)
      • copyUnmapable: boolean (copy even unmapable values in the deep nested structure)
    • Return
      • new instance or the old if there wasn't defined copy function
    • Example
      • x = [{a:Symbol("test")}]; y = jet.copy(x); console.log(x===y, x[0]===y[0], x[0].a===y[0].a) // false true true
      • x = [{a:Symbol("test")}]; y = jet.copy(x, true); console.log(x===y, x[0]===y[0], x[0].a===y[0].a) // false false true
      • x = [{a:Symbol("test")}]; y = jet.copy(x, true, true); console.log(x===y, x[0]===y[0], x[0].a===y[0].a) // false false false

    Constructor/Prototype methods

    These methods acumulate main funcstionality. After 'jet.define(name, consturctor)' is called, those methods are attached to 4 different endpoints.

    1. Global dynamic: jet.method(name, ...args)
    2. Global static: _jet.method.name(...args)
    3. Constructor: constructor.jet.method(...args)
    4. Prototype: instance.jet.method(...args)

    jet.is(name, any, strict=true)

    Check the passed type with result. Endpoint 'jet.is(name, ...a)' also work like typeof and instanceof

    • Arguments
      • name: string (name of the type)
      • any: any variable
      • strict: boolean (true = is instanceof)
    • Example
      • jet.is.Array([]) === true;
      • jet.is.Object([]) === false;
      • jet.is.Object([], true) === true;
      • jet.is.RegExp(RegExp()) === true;

    jet.isFull(any)

    Catching empty mapable objects and NaN

    • Arguments
      • any: any variable
    • Return
      • true when variable is full
    • Example
      • jet.isFull([]) === false;
      • jet.isFull({foo:bar}) === true;

    jet.create(name, ...args)

    Will create instance requested constructor (use without "new")

    • Arguments
      • name: string (name of the type)
      • ...args: will be passed to the creating function
    • Return
      • new instance
    • Example
      • jet.create.Array("foo", "bar") == ["foo", "bar"];
      • jet.create.Object() == {};

    jet.rnd(name, ...args)

    Will create instance with random value

    • Arguments
      • name: string (name of the type)
      • ...args: will be passed to the defined rnd method
    • Return
      • new instance with random value

    jet.full(...any) / .only(name, ...any) / .tap(name, ...any) / .pull(name, ...any)

    Used for selecting, filtering, creating or copying variables

    • Arguments
      • name: string (name of the type)
      • ...any: any variables (will be tested in order until the type will match)
    • Return
      • only: undefined when there is no match
      • full: same as only but variable must be full
      • tap: same as only but try to create the type when there is no match
      • pull: same as tap but try to copy variable if there is match
    • Example
      • jet.only.Sring(1, "foo", [], ["bar"], {foo:"bar"}) == "foo";
      • jet.tap.Array(1, "foo", [], ["bar"], {foo:"bar"}) == [];
      • jet.full.Array(1, "foo", [], ["bar"], {foo:"bar"}) == ["bar"];
      • jet.only.RegExp(1, "foo", [], ["bar"], {foo:"bar"}) == null;
      • jet.tap.RegExp(1, "foo", [], ["bar"], {foo:"bar"}) == RegExp();
      • jet.pull.Object(1, "foo", [], ["bar"], {foo:"bar"}) == {foo:"bar"}

    jet.vals(any) / .keys(any) / .pairs(any) / .get(any, key) / .set(any, key, val) / .rem(any, key)

    Handle mapable objects (it requires defined type)

    • Arguments
      • any: any variable
      • key: any variable (usually string or number)
      • val: any variable (used just for for set function)
    • Return
      • result from perform operation against the defined type_
    • Example
      • jet.vals({foo:"bar"}) === ["bar"];
      • jet.keys({foo:"bar"}) === ["foo"];
      • jet.entries({foo:"bar"}) === [["foo"], ["bar"]];
      • jet.get({foo:"bar"}, "foo") === "bar";

    Extra methods

    jet.dig(any, path, reductor)

    Exploring nested structure by path

    • Arguments
      • any: any mapable variable
      • path: string or Array (even nested Array)
      • reductor: function(next, parent, dir+key, dir, key, isEnd)
    • Return
      • result of first iteration of reductor

    jet.digIn(any, path, val, force=true, reductor)

    Return value from deep nested object

    • Arguments
      • any: any mapable variable
      • path: string or Array (even nested Array)
      • val: any
      • force: boolean (create path if not exist)
      • reductor: function(next, parent, dir+key, dir, key, isEnd)
    • Return
      • any
    • Example
      • jet.digIn({}, "foo.0", "bar", true) == {foo:["bar"]};

    jet.digOut(any, path, def)

    Return value from deep nested object

    • Arguments
      • any: any mapable variable
      • path: string or Array (even nested Array)
      • def: any
    • Return
      • find value or def when no value was found
    • Example
      • jet.digOut({foo:["bar"]}, "foo.0") == "bar";
      • jet.digOut({foo:["bar"]}, ["foo", 1], "foo") == "foo";

    jet.forEach(any, fce, deep, dir) / .map(any, fce, deep, dir)

    Map any mapable object by default: Object, Array, Set, Map, Pool

    • Arguments
      • any: any mapable variable
      • fce: function(val, dir+key, dir, key) (handler)
      • deep: boolean or function (true=recursive maping; function=custom recursive maping)
      • dir: string (base dir of structure)
    • Return
      • forEach: flat array with result from handler function
      • map: copy of structure with result from handler function
    • Example
      • jet.forEach({foo:"bar"}, =>) == ["bar"];
      • jet.map({foo:"bar"}, =>) == {foo:"bar"};

    jet.run(any, ...args)

    Will run every function that will discover without collecting results

    • Arguments
      • any: any (function || array/object with functions
      • ...args: arguments will be passed to every call
    • Return
      • any=function: true when it was run successfully
      • any=array/object: count of succesfully runned functions
    • Example
      • jet.fce.run(=>console.log()) === true console: "foo"

    License

    MIT © randajan

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