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keyget

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Keyget

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Tiny kit for nested objects modification. It can find, get, set, push or call nested properties, create bindings, destructure objects and and construct them back.

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Installation

Install via npm:

npm i keyget

Usage

Update nested object:

import {get, set, has} from 'keyget';

const target = {};

if (! has(target, ['user', 'name'])) {
  set(target, ['user', 'name'], 'Rick Sanchez');
}

get(target, ['user', 'name']); // -> 'Rick Sanchez'
target; // -> {user: {name: 'Rick Sanchez'}}

API

Every method accepts path argument. It should has Path or PathArray type.

get()

(target: *, path: Path) -> *

Get deeply nested property from target by path, which could be a string with dot as separator or array of path segments.

Returns property value or undefined if there is no such property.

set()

(target: *, path: Path, value: *) -> *

Set value into target. If any target's property on the path is not an object, replaces it with the new plain object.

Returns target.

push()

(target: *, path: Path, value: *) -> *

Push value into target by path. If any target's property on the path is not an object, replaces it with the new plain object. If the target pointed by path is not an array, replace it with an array, then push into it.

Returns target.

has()

(target: *, path: Path) -> Boolean

Check wether path exists in a target.

call()

(target: *, path: Path, arguments: Array) -> *

Call nested method with proper this context.

Returns methods result or undefined if method not exists.

method()

(target: *, path: Path) -> function

Get nested method of target by path and returns method binding with this context set to method's owner object. If method not found, returns no-op function.

breadcrumbs()

(target: *, path: Path) -> []*

Returns values for each path segment. The first element is always target itself.

const target = {
    a: {
        b: {
            c: 1,
        },
    },
};

breadcrumbs(target, ['a', 'b']); // -> [{a: {b: {c: 1}}}, {b: {c: 1}}, {c: 1}]

structure()

(target: *) -> []{path: PathArray, value: *}

Present target as list of paths and values.

Example:

const struct = structure({
    a: {
        b: {1},
    }
});

struct; // -> [{path: ['a', 'b'], value: 1}]

at()

(target: *, path: Path, update: UpdateFunc) -> *

UpdateFunc:
  (target: *, key: Number|String) -> *

Update deeply nested property of target by path using update function. Result of update will be used as value of last ancestor. Returns updated target.

Path

String|PathArray

Examples:

// String: Dot separated paths
'user.name';
'user.friends.0.id';
// PathArray: array of keys and indexes
['user', 'name'];
['user', 'friends', 0, 'id'];

PathArray

[]<String|Number>

Examples:

['user', 'name'];
['user', 'friends', 0, 'id'];

License

MIT © Rumkin

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