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    8.0.2 • Public • Published

    camelcase-keys

    Convert object keys to camel case using camelcase

    Install

    npm install camelcase-keys

    Usage

    import camelcaseKeys from 'camelcase-keys';
    
    // Convert an object
    camelcaseKeys({'foo-bar': true});
    //=> {fooBar: true}
    
    // Convert an array of objects
    camelcaseKeys([{'foo-bar': true}, {'bar-foo': false}]);
    //=> [{fooBar: true}, {barFoo: false}]
    
    camelcaseKeys({'foo-bar': true, nested: {unicorn_rainbow: true}}, {deep: true});
    //=> {fooBar: true, nested: {unicornRainbow: true}}
    
    camelcaseKeys({a_b: 1, a_c: {c_d: 1, c_e: {e_f: 1}}}, {deep: true, stopPaths: ['a_c.c_e']}),
    //=> {aB: 1, aC: {cD: 1, cE: {e_f: 1}}}
    
    // Convert object keys to pascal case
    camelcaseKeys({'foo-bar': true, nested: {unicorn_rainbow: true}}, {deep: true, pascalCase: true});
    //=> {FooBar: true, Nested: {UnicornRainbow: true}}
    import {parseArgs} from 'node:utils';
    import camelcaseKeys from 'camelcase-keys';
    
    const commandLineArguments = parseArgs();
    //=> {_: [], 'foo-bar': true}
    
    camelcaseKeys(commandLineArguments);
    //=> {_: [], fooBar: true}

    API

    camelcaseKeys(input, options?)

    input

    Type: object | object[]

    An object or array of objects to camel-case.

    options

    Type: object

    exclude

    Type: Array<string | RegExp>
    Default: []

    Exclude keys from being camel-cased.

    stopPaths

    Type: string[]
    Default: []

    Exclude children at the given object paths in dot-notation from being camel-cased. For example, with an object like {a: {b: '🦄'}}, the object path to reach the unicorn is 'a.b'.

    camelcaseKeys({
    	a_b: 1,
    	a_c: {
    		c_d: 1,
    		c_e: {
    			e_f: 1
    		}
    	}
    }, {
    	deep: true,
    	stopPaths: [
    		'a_c.c_e'
    	]
    }),
    /*
    {
    	aB: 1,
    	aC: {
    		cD: 1,
    		cE: {
    			e_f: 1
    		}
    	}
    }
    */
    deep

    Type: boolean
    Default: false

    Recurse nested objects and objects in arrays.

    pascalCase

    Type: boolean
    Default: false

    Uppercase the first character as in bye-byeByeBye.

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    Install

    npm i camelcase-keys

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    18,402,155

    Version

    8.0.2

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    11.6 kB

    Total Files

    5

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    Collaborators

    • sindresorhus