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grim.lib

1.1.0 • Public • Published

Define

@see https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Object/defineProperty

Methods

Define

static property(object: any, name: string, value: any): Property

Create new configurator for property.

Define.property(object, propertyName, property);

static undef(obj: any, name: string): any

Delete propery from object. Returns object.

Define.undef(object, propertyName);

Property

readonly(): Property

Make this property readonly (writable = false);

hidden(): Property

Make property hidden in inspector (enumerable = false);

final(): Property

Make property final (configurable = false);

var(): any

Define property as variable.

getter(): any

Define property as getter. Value must be an function.

setter(): any

Define property as setter. Value must be an function.

Examples

Default variable

import { Define } from 'grim.lib';
 
Define.property(object, propertyName, property).var();

Readonly variable

writable true if and only if the value associated with the property may be changed with an assignment operator. Defaults to false.

import { Define } from 'grim.lib';
 
Define.property(object, propertyName, property).readonly().var();

Hidden variable

true if and only if this property shows up during enumeration of the properties on the corresponding object. Defaults to false.

import { Define } from 'grim.lib';
 
Define.property(object, propertyName, property).hidden().var();

Final variable

true if and only if the type of this property descriptor may be changed and if the property may be deleted from the corresponding object. Defaults to false.

import { Define } from 'grim.lib';
 
Define.property(object, propertyName, property).final().var();

Undefine property

import { Define } from 'grim.lib';
 
Define.undef(object, propertyName);

Callbacks

Examples

Create callbacks storage object

import { Callbacks } from 'grim.lib';
 
const events = new Callbacks({
    doSomething: (...someArgs) => {
        ...some stuff
    },
});
 
events.trigger('doSomething', ...someArgs);

Methods

Method Returns Description
set(event: <object>) <this> Add new callbacks by object { [key]: function } or { [key]: array of functions }
get(key: <string>) <function | array> Return function or array of functions
remove(event: <object>) <this> Removes method or array of methods
has(key: <string>) <boolean> Return is callbacks exist for key
trigger(key: <string>, ...args: <any>) <any> Trigger callbacks by key

UID generators

@see UIDs Readme

Collections

Constructor

Methods

replaceAllIn(key: string, elements: any[]): ICollections;

Replace all items in the collection with a new set of items.

collection.replaceAllIn('defaults', [1, 2, 3]);

addTo(key: string, element: any): ICollections;

Add new element to collection.

collection.addTo('defaults', 1);

removeFrom(key: string, element: any): ICollections;

Remove element from collection.

collection.removeFrom('defaults', 1);

hasIn(key: string, element: any): boolean;

Checks for the presence of an element in the collection.

collection.hasIn('defaults', 1);

clear(key: string): ICollections;

Clear collection.

collection.clear('defaults');

getAllFrom(key: string): any[];

Get all elements from collection.

collection.getAllFrom('defaults');

isEmpty(key: string): boolean;

Check is collection is empty.

collection.isEmpty('defaults');

keys(): string[];

Get all keys of collections.

collection.keys();

addStrategy(key: string, strategy: IStrategy): ICollections;

Add new strategy to collection.

collection.addStrategy('defaults', strategy);

removeStrategy(key: string): ICollections;

Remove strategy from collection.

collection.removeStrategy('defaults');

Strategy

Methods

getIndex(collection: any[], element: any): number;

Get index of element in array.

strategy.getIndex(collection, 1);

has(collection: any[], element: any): boolean;

Checks for the presence of an element in the array.

strategy.has(collection, 1);

add(collection: any[], element: any): any[];

Add element to array.

strategy.add(collection, 1);

remove(collection: any[], element: any): any[];

Remove element from array.

strategy.remove(collection, 1);

Examples

Create new collection storage

The default strategy uses the condition "a === b" to find the item.

import { Collection } from 'grim.lib';
 
const collection = new Collection.Constructor({
    storageKey: new Collection.Strategy();
});

Extends Strategy

import { Collection } from 'grim.lib';
 
class NewStrategy extends Collection.Strategy {
    getIndex(collection, element) {
        return collection.findIndex((collectionElement) => collectionElement.value === element.value);
    }
}

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1.1.0

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