Documentation is at: jstoolkit.org
If you plan to use JSToolkit in the browser it is advised that you link
jst.min.js in a script tag in your header. You can find
jst.min.js in the
dist/ folder of this repository or from the website jstoolkit.org and click the download button.
Using JSToolkit in Node.JS is incredibly easy. Simply install the package using a simple command:
npm install toolkit -g
And to setup the integrated methods simply put
require('toolkit') anywhere within your script.
Because of the way Node.JS's REPL works, you cannot use toolkit as you would normally so we have provided a special integrated repl that works with JSToolkit.
$ node > require('toolkit').repl(); toolkit> Array.range(1,9,3); [ 1, 4, 7 ]
The JS Toolkit has very specific goals - as to not re-invent the wheel. They go as follows:
Please follow the following steps to contributing.
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2011 Oliver Morgan firstname.lastname@example.org
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