@toolz/is-a-regular-object-react

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is-a-regular-object-react

is-a-regular-object-react is a tiny, dead-simple utility function for identifying regular JavaScript objects. In JavaScript, a NULL will show a typeof "object". An array will also show a typeof "object". This function returns TRUE for non-NULL, non-array objects - and it returns FALSE for everything else.

NOTE: This package is for React projects. It utilizes the react library to check for valid React elements - which are idenitified in normal JS as having typeof "object". If you are not working in a React project, or if you have no need to distinguish React elements from "regular" JS objects, you should consider using @toolz/is-a-regular-object.

Usage

After installation, import the package:

import { isARegularObject } from '@toolz/is-a-regular-object-react';

isARegularObject()

const API = {
   arguments: {
      value: {
         required,
         format: any,
      },
   },
   returns: Boolean,
}
isARegularObject({}); // true
isARegularObject({one: 'uno', two: 'dos'}); // true
isARegularObject({numbers: [1, 2, 3], letters: ['a', 'b', 'c']}); // true

isARegularObject(null); // false
isARegularObject([]); // false
isARegularObject([1, 2, 3]); // false
isARegularObject(''); // false
isARegularObject('object'); // false
isARegularObject(() => console.log('foo')); // false
isARegularObject(<></>); // false
isARegularObject(<><div>foo</div></>); // false

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