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NodeJS Excel files parser & builder


Excel file parser/builder that relies on js-xlsx.

  1. Parsing a xlsx from file/buffer, outputs an array of worksheets
import xlsx from 'node-xlsx';
// Or var xlsx = require('node-xlsx').default;  
// Parse a buffer 
const workSheetsFromBuffer = xlsx.parse(fs.readFileSync(`${__dirname}/myFile.xlsx`));
// Parse a file 
const workSheetsFromFile = xlsx.parse(`${__dirname}/myFile.xlsx`);
  1. Building a xlsx
import xlsx from 'node-xlsx';
// Or var xlsx = require('node-xlsx').default; 
const data = [[1, 2, 3], [true, false, null, 'sheetjs'], ['foo', 'bar', new Date('2014-02-19T14:30Z'), '0.3'], ['baz', null, 'qux']];
var buffer =[{name: "mySheetName", data: data}]); // Returns a buffer 

Please submit all pull requests the against master branch. If your unit test contains javascript patches or features, you should include relevant unit tests. Thanks!

Script Description
start Alias of test:watch
test Run mocha unit tests
test:watch Run and watch mocha unit tests
lint Run eslint static tests
compile Compile the library
compile:watch Compile and watch the library

Olivier Louvignes

Apache License 2.0

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