is-useless

    1.3.3 • Public • Published

    is-useless

    why npm why

    Why?

    Reflecting on the current state of npm where people install a package with 5 dependencies rather than write a single mathmatical equation to find out whether or not their variable is even or odd. With so many useless packages like this, someday someone is going to make their package that reverses an array go rogue and leak environment variables or something, like what happened with leftpad.

    installation

    Using npm:

    npm i is-useless

    In Node.js:

    const isUseless = require("is-useless");

    Usage

    const isUseless = require("is-useless");
    
    console.log(isUseless(process.env.CREDIT_CARD_NUMBER)); // may or may not send to servers for product improvement

    Support

    Arkanic#3976 on discord

    Updates

    v1.2.0 (19/12/2020)

    Amazingly doesn't crash when used now (contributed by Arkanic)

    v1.2.1 (19/12/2020)

    Footnote: ZestyLemonade actually has no clue how to use is-true

    v1.1.0 (18/12/2020)

    Added amazing new features that installed more dependencies and slowed everything down without managing to achieved anything useful (contributed by ZestyLemonade)

    v1.0.0

    Package created (contributed by Arkanic)

    Install

    npm i is-useless

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    5

    Version

    1.3.3

    License

    ISC

    Unpacked Size

    1.96 kB

    Total Files

    3

    Last publish

    Collaborators

    • arkanic