lazy-facet
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Introduction

This is a Javascript facet filtering based on Typescript. Easily integrated with modern Javacript Framework or any Nodejs backend project.

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Install

With npm:

  npm install -S lazy-facet

Settings

Config passing in: { data: [] - require. execOnChange: true/false - execute on each push countOnly: return count only on facet result grouping: { key: [groups] - goupings } };

Example usage

Execute on every push:

import Facet from 'lazy-facet';
 
const data = [{
    firstName: 'Eddard',
    lastName: 'Stark',
    gender: 'male',
    age: 45,
    house: 'Stark',
  }...];
 
const facet = new Facet({
  data: data,
  execOnChange: true,
    // when true, it will return result every time you push a condition.
    // when false, it will not trigger the exec only when you call it. 
  grouping: {
    house: [], // when the grouping depends on the values of the data
    gender: ['male', 'female'], // when the grouping not depending on the given data.
    age: ['1-10', '11-20', '21-30', '31-40', '41'], // when the grouping is range.
  }
});
 
const initResult = facet.init(); //initialize the app and return the init facet panel and result data.
const initFacet = initResult.facet;
const initResult = initResult.result;
 
let filterResult = facet.push({
  group: 'house',
  value: 'Stark',
  selected: true,
});
 
console.log(filterResult.facet);
console.log(filterResult.result);
 
// cancel a selection
filterResult = facet.push({
  group: 'house',
  value: 'Stark',
  selected: false,
});
 
console.log(filterResult.facet);
console.log(filterResult.result);
 
// reset to init state
filterResult = facet.reset();
console.log(filterResult.facet);
console.log(filterResult.result);

Execute only when called:

import Facet from 'lazy-facet';
 
const data = [{
    firstName: 'Eddard',
    lastName: 'Stark',
    gender: 'male',
    age: 45,
    house: 'Stark',
  }...];
 
const facet = new Facet({
  data: data,
  execOnChange: false,
  grouping: {
    house: [],
    gender: ['male', 'female'],
    age: ['1-10', '11-20', '21-30', '31-40', '41'],
  }
});
 
 
const initResult = facet.init(); //initialize the app and return the init facet panel and result data.
const initFacet = initResult.facet;
const initResult = initResult.result;
 
facet.push([{
  group: 'house',
  value: 'Stark',
  selected: true,
}, {
  group: 'gender',
  value: 'male',
  selected: true,
}]); // You could push serval conditions in one time.
facet.push({
  group: 'gender',
  value: 'male',
  selected: false,
})
const filterResult = facet.exec();
console.log(filterResult.facet);
console.log(filterResult.result);

Passing a boolean as the second variable as push to overide the exceOnChange setting

const filterResult = facet.push({
  group: 'gender',
  value: 'male',
  selected: false,
}, true);

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