object-observable-lite

    1.0.2 • Public • Published

    object-observable-lite

    Observe object changes deeply without cloning in an efficient manner.

    Goals

    The package must observe deeply. The package must not clone the nested objects. The package must handle all types. The package should attempt to minimize overhead

    Caveats

    Returned changes are not cloned. Instances and therefore will mutate as the observed object mutates

    object-observable

    This is a derivative of object-observable with many of the features striped for improved performance.

    Package Comparison

    Several similar packages were tested which resulted in this package being created. The comparison of these packages can be seen here.

    Package Comparison

    Usage

    const objectObservableLite = require('object-observable-lite');
    
    const obj = testObj = {
      x: 1,
      foo: {
        y: 1,
      },
      bar: ['a', { b: 'b' }],
      today: new Date(),
    };
    
    const watchedObject = objectObservableLite(obj, (change) => {
      console.log(change)
    });
    
    watchedObject.x = 2;

    Opportunities for Improvements

    The comparison of other packages suggests there is still room for improvement in the overall efficiency of this package.

    Other packages will have to be more deeply analyzed to determine how this package could be improved.

    Contributing

    Pull request are welcome.

    Install

    npm i object-observable-lite

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    Version

    1.0.2

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    42.2 kB

    Total Files

    8

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