Intelligently converting strings to title case (an enhanced fork of David Gouch's library)
I've simply taken it off the
String prototype and exported it from a simple module.
var toTitleCase = require'titlecase'console.logtoTitleCase'foo bar baz'
In addition, I've added a more comprehensive list of words to not capitalise that includes articles, prepositions and conjunctions (see source files for lists), I'm calling this "lax title case", use it like so:
var toLaxTitleCase = require'titlecase'toLaxTitleCaseconsole.logtoLaxTitleCase'foo bar baz'
Instructions: Include the to-title-case.js script and use the new .toTitleCase() method on the string you want converted.
- Acknowledge characters outside of US-ASCII
- Fix bug related to hyphenated small words
- Replace baby's first testing script with the QUnit framework
- Fixed IE 7 breakage introduced in 2.0. Don't treat strings like character arrays.
- 15% less code and 35% easier to understand.
- Small words list moved to variable for easy modification.
- Test titles rewritten to focus on a single issue per title.
- More braces to make style guides and JSLint happier.
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