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    selectenv

    0.0.7 • Public • Published

    select-env

    runs you callbacks based on passing tests

    useful for making ugly code more readable, by replacing the if-else jungle with a fluent api

    comes with (naive) tests for browser and server

    install

    npm

    npm install selectenv
    

    bower

    bower install selectenv
    

    examples

    var selectEnv = require("selectenv");
    
    var runner = selectEnv.
    server(function () {
        console.log("Node servers rock my world");
    }).
    browser(function () {
        console.log("Browsers are cool");
    });
    
    runner();
    

    add custom tests

    var selectEnv = require("select-env");
    
    selectEnv.addTest("android", function () {
        return typeof(window) !== "undefined" && (/Android/).test(window.navigator.userAgent);
    });
    
    // Your new test is now exposed as a function
    var runner = selectEnv.android(function () {
        console.log("Beep boop");
    });
    

    methods

    var selectEnv = require("selectenv");
    

    addTest(label, testfn)

    add a new test. The test is exposed as a function with the same name as label on the selectEnv object, testfn should return a boolean value. The label can contain alphanumeric characters and the underscore, but must begin with a character.

    protect()

    write protect the current test suite. New tests can still be added, but attempting to overwrite existing tests will throw an error.

    freeze()

    freeze the current test suite. No new tests can be added and existing tests cannot be flushed out.

    flush()

    restore default state, unless frozen. used in testing.

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    Install

    npm i selectenv

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    Version

    0.0.7

    License

    MIT

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    Collaborators

    • nikcorg