def

A JavaScript library for creating complex objects and properties, intuitively.

myObj.def(function namedFunction(){});
 // -> //gets name from function itself, can only be named in source or with eval, not dynamic
  { namedFunction: Function namedFunction }
myObj.def('myProp', 5000);
 // -> // simple property, config/enum/write = true
  { myProp: 5000 }
myObj.def({
  get myProp(){ return 5000; },
  set myProp(val){ 'some setter logic'; }
});
 // ->
  { myProp: [Getter/Setter] }
myObj.def('_hiddenProp', 'somevalue');
 // -> //non-enumerable, invisible unless you use getOwnPropertyNames, '_' sliced
  { [hiddenProp]: 'somevalue' }
myObj.def(function $superImportantFunction(){});
 // -> //non-configurable (no delete or redefine), '$' sliced
  { [superImportantFunction]: Function $superImportantFunction }
myObj.def('SOMECONSTANT', 'this value is constant');
 // -> //non-writable (can still be changed using configurability, AKA delete and redefine)
  { SOMECONSTANT: 'this value is constant' }
myObj.def({
  property1: 'simpleValue',
  get prop2(){ return 'get/setter using non-backcompat syntax' },
  set prop2(val){ this.powerLevel = 9001; },
  _someFunc: function(){ console.log("can't effectively use named functions with a dict =(") }
});
 // ->
  { property1: 'simplValue',
    prop2: [Getter/Setter],
    [someFunc]: Function }
myObj.def([
  function firstFunction(){ console.log('whatever:' + this); },
  function getSecrets(){ return getSecretsFromDB('teehee'); },
  function setSecrets(val){ sendSecretsToDB(val); },
  function _stealSecretsForBlackMarket(){ return getAllSecretsFromDB_unlogged(); },
]);
 // ->
  { firstFunction: Function firstFunction,
    Secrets: [Getter/Setter],
    [stealSecretsForBlackMarket]: Function _stealSecretsForBlackMarket }

Private values are detected by the existence of an extra parameter on the get or set functions. These aren't valid getters and setters to JavaScript but they will be wrapped such that they share a private value inaccessible from anywhere else, but shared between the getter and setter functions. The private value is passed in each time, along with the passed in value for setters.

myObj.def({
  myPrivate: {
    get: function(privateValue){
      return privateValue.somePublicProperty;
    },
    set: function(privateValue, newValue){
      if (newValue.secreyKey === privateValue.unlockKey)
        return newValue;
      } else {
        return privateValue.somePublicProperty;
      }
    }
  }
})