object-iterators

1.3.0 • Public • Published

object-iterators

The object iterators, similar in function to those found in underscore.js.

NOTE: As of v1.2.0, object-iterators is now a simple node module. It is no longer a "modified node module" (containing its own closure for use directly in a browser).

Synopsis

Node.js:

var Base = require('object-iterators').Base;

Browser:

<script src="http://joneit.github.io/object-iterators/object-iterators.min.js"></script>

Usage example:

var obj = {
    id: 30,
    name: 'Jack',
    gender: 'male'
};
 
print(obj === _(obj).each(function(value, key) { print(key, value); }));
// id 30
// name Jack
// gender male
// true
 
print(_(obj).reduce(function(memo, value, key) { return memo + (parseInt(value) || 0); }, 100))
// 130
 
print(_(obj).find(function(value, key) { return value === 'Jack'; }));
// Jack
print(_(obj).find(function(value, key) { return value === 'Jill'; }));
// undefined
 
function print() { console.log('// ' + Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments).join(' ')); }

API documentation

Detailed API docs can be found here.

Demo

A demo can be found here.

Or see the Underscore docs:

Just keep in mind that these are for objects only (not arrays).

CDN versions

To use in a browser, you have two options:

  1. Incorporate the node module into your own browserified project.
  2. Use the browserified versions object-iterators.js or object-iterators.min.js available on the Github pages CDN.

Submodules

See the note Regarding submodules for important information on cloning this repo or re-purposing its build template.

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