Experimental Babel plugin which takes function call and transpiles it to inline code.
npm i --save-dev babel-plugin-nofn
The plugin converts function calls like:
To something like this:
for var target = arr index = 0 value l = targetlength; value = targetindex index < l; index++;
Which can be converted via minifier into this:
nofn is "meta variable" name (kind of "label" for converter). If you need "real"
nofn library (for development purposes), look at the /lib/ folder.
Since this is very new version, the number of implemented functions is very small.
nofn.forEach(arrayLike, callback(value, index))- iterates over array items
nofn.forOwn(object, callback(value, key))- iterates over object props
nofn.assign(target, source)- extends one object by another
nofn.slice(arrayLike, start=0, end=length)- slices array
varin callbacks. Use
constonly to avoid variable collisions.
thiskeyword isn't handled yet.
In general the plugin shows very good performance results but some functions from lodash or fast.js can be little faster.
As described above, this is just experimental project. The usage is limited (for example
nofn.assign accepts only two objects and
nofn.slice doesn't accept negative indexes) and you may not get any profit using this plugin.