jscalpel - A small feature library that makes it easier to manipulate objects


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A small feature library that makes it easier to manipulate objects

Overview

It is tiny but very useful and can help you handle javascript native objects. Data-driven interface development is very common today, we are in the angular, react, vue will encounter a lot of object processing, including set the default value, query, assignment, etc., jscalpel is born for this scene.

jscalpel is little poor, gzip less than 3k, so a library you can use it anytime, anywhere without worrying about anything.

Document

View the document please visit https://ihtml5.github.io/jscalpel/

中文文档

Installation

Install using npm

jscalpel

npm install jscalpel --save
yarn add jscalpel --save

Useage

Es6

  import Jscalpel from 'jscalpel'

Include in html

  <script charset="utf-8" src="https://unpkg.com/jscalpel@latest/dist/index.js"></script>

APIS

parameter type default value use isRequired required version
target string/object {} target true all
deep boolean false whether or not to copy the target object in depth false all
prefix string undefined public prefix, automatically added for the keys false all
success function function () {} The function that was called when the analysis was successful true ^0.6.2
error function function () {} The function that is called when the analysis fails. false ^0.6.2
path string/array/function [] path false ^0.6.2
plugins array [] A plug-in set, similar to the webpack plugins. false ^0.6.2

Online Demos

Code

1. simple pattern

// mock data
var data = {
  status: '0',
  data: {
    response: {
      code: 1,
      msg: 'response msg'
    }
  }
}
// super easy
jscalpel.get(data, 'data.response.code'); // return 1
// bind data
var jscalpelIns = jscalpel({
  target: data
})
jscalpelIns.get('data.response.code') // returned 1;
jscalpelIns.set('data.response.code', 12);
jscalpelIns.set({
  'status': '1'
})
jscalpelIns.get('data.response.code') // returned 12
jscalpelIns.get('status') // returned 1
jscalpelIns.has('data.response.code') // returned true
jscalpelIns.del('data.reponse.code') 
jscalpelIns.get('data.reponse.code') // returned undefined;
jscalpelIns.has('data.reponse.code') // returned false;

2.advanced patterns

const res = {
  data: {
    article: [{
      articleId: 0,
        title: 'jscalpel'
    }]
  },
  response: {
    code: '0',
    msg: 'success'
  }
}
jscalpel({
	target: res,
  path: ['data.article.0', 'response.msg'],
  success:  (article, msg) => {
  	console.log('keys=>array=>output:', article, msg);
  }
})

jscalpel({
	target: res,
  path: 'response.msg',
  success:  (msg) => {
  	console.log('keys=>string=>output:',msg);
  }
});

3.use prefix

jscalpel({
	target: res,
  prefix: 'response',
  path: ['code', 'msg'],
  success:  (code, msg) => {
  	console.log('prefix=>output:', code, msg);
  }
})

4.dynamic path

jscalpel({
  target: res,
  path: () => ['code', 'msg'].map((key) => `response.${key}`),
  success:  (code, msg) => {
  	console.log('dynamic=>output:', code, msg);
  }
})

jscalpel({
	target: res,
  deep: true,
  prefix: 'response',
  path: ['code', 'msg'],
  success:  (code, msg, finalRes, keys) => {
    console.log( finalRes === res);
  	console.log('deep into callback:', code, msg, finalRes, keys);
  }
});

5.use plugins

const logicMap = {
  'code': {
    match: ({value, name}) => value === '0',
    success: ({value, name}) => {
      console.log('logicPlugin', value, name);
    }
  }
}
jscalpel({
  target: res,
  deep: true,
  prefix: 'response',
  path: ['code', 'msg'],
  plugins: [jscalpel.jscalpelType, jscalpel.jscalpelLogic(logicMap)],
  success: (code, msg, finalRes, keys) => {
    console.log( finalRes === res);
  	console.log('deep into callback:', code, msg, finalRes, keys);
  }
})

Related projects

jscalpel-orm

It is convenient for you to extract the required fields from one object to generate another object.

Changelog

2017.9.14

Add jscalpelLogic plugin, reduce ifelse, make run logic configurable

2018.3.08

add orm

2018.9.04

add get method

import { get } from 'jscalpel';
// get(data, path ,defaultValue);

License

The MIT License.