runflower

    2.1.1 • Public • Published

    Runflower

    Write basic data handling code as arrays of strings.

    It's a way to get around environments that do not allow eval or new Function. User should be familiar with _.flow and functional programming ideas.

    Available function libraries

    • lodash/fp
    • understory
    • prairie

    Usage

    import _ from 'lodash/fp'
    import { evaluate } from 'runflower'
     
    const createString1 =  _.flow(
      _.over([_.constant('/cape-io/'), _.get('url.subdomain'), _.get('pathname')]),
      _.join(''),
    )
     
    const createString2 = evaluate([
      ['over', [['constant', '/cape-io/'], ['get', 'url.subdomain'], ['get', 'pathname']]],
      ['join', ''],
    ])
    const createString3 = evaluate([
      { over: [{ constant: '/cape-io/' }, { get: 'url.subdomain' }, { get: 'pathname' }] },
      { join: '' },
    ])
    const info = { url: { subdomain: 'dev' }, pathname: '/index.html' }
     
    console.log(createString1(info) === createString2(info)) // => true
    console.log(createString1(info) === createString3(info)) // => true
     

    With YAML you can write things like:

    ---
    flow:
     get: data
     map:
        flow:
          get: price
          add: 10

    Install

    npm i runflower

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    Version

    2.1.1

    License

    ISC

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    • kaicurry