Port of ActiveSupport::Inflector::Inflections for Underscore.js.
Works with browser or Node.js.
I created this underscore mixin after trying out every other inflection library out there. I've created this as a direct port of Rails' version as much as possible.
Note that right now, this only handles methods found in ActiveSupport::Inflector::Inflections since that's all I need right now. I may eventually split this out into separate inflector mixins that match all of ActiveSupport's.
Include both underscore.js and underscore.inflections on your page:
First, install the mixin through npm:
npm install underscore.inflections
Require underscore.js and underscore.inflections:
var _ = ;_;
Note: When using underscore in Node's REPL, be sure to choose a variable other than
_, as that is a special symbol used for showing the last return value.
Converts a word to its singular form.
_; //=> 'post'_; //=> 'octopus'_; //=> 'sheep'_; //=> 'words'
Converts a word to its pluralized form.
_; //=> 'posts'_; //=> 'octopi'_; //=> 'sheep'_; //=> 'words'
Adds a rule for singularizing a word.
Adds a rule for pluralizing a word.
Adds a rule for an irregular word.
Adds a rule for an uncountable word or words.
Makes the following inflection methods aware of acronyms: _.camelize, _.underscore, _.humanize, _.titleize See inflections_test for a full specifications of the subtleties
_;_; //=> 'FBIFile'_; //=> 'fbi_file'
_; //=> 'MakeMeTall'
When passed false as second parameter it does not capitalize the first word
_; //=> 'makeMeTall'
Separate camel cased strings with underscores
_; //=> 'i_need_some_space'
Format underscored strings for human friendly consumption
_; //=> 'I just want to be understood'
You can also add humanizing rules by calling
_;_; //=> 'Jargon count'
Title case a underscored or camel cased string
_; //=> 'Three Blind Mice'_; //=> 'Jack And Jill'