A mini clone of the Lodash library.
BEWARE: This library was published for learning purposes. It is not intended for use in production-grade software.
This project was created and published by me as part of my learnings at Lighthouse Labs.
npm install @aaron.timbol/lotide
const _ = require('aaron.timbol/lotide');
const results = _.tail([1, 2, 3]) // => [2, 3]
The following functions are currently implemented:
assertArraysEqual(arr1, arr2): Will log a message indicating if arr1 is equivalent to arr2
assertEqual(actual, expected): Will log a message indicating if actual is equivalent to expected - used to test the output of functions and their expected value(s)
assertObjectsEqual(actual, expected): Will log a message indicating if the object in actual is equivalent to the object in expected - use to test output of functions and their expected object value(s)
countLetters(str): Will return an object with each letter provided in str and the number of times it appears in that string
countOnly(allitems, itemsToCount`): Will return an object with a count of each name in object itemsToCount and the amount of times it appears in allitems
eqArrays(arr1, arr2): Will evaluate if arr1 is equal to arr2 and return a boolean
eqObject(object1, object2): Will evaluate if object1 is equal to object2 and return a boolean
findKey(obj, callback): Will loop through keys in an object until the condition indicated in callback is satisfied. If no key is found, undefined is returned
findKeyByValue(obj, value): Goes through all the keys in an object and returns the first key that contains the value provided
flatten(arr): Will evaluate arr, looping through one level of nested array, and will return a new array with no nested arrays
head(arr): Will return the first element in an array
letterPositions(str): Will return an object with a count of how many times each letter appears in a string
map(arr, callback): Imitates the .map() method for arrays in JS
middle(arr): Will return the middle-most value(s) in an array whose length is above 2
tail(arr): Returns all elements of an array except the first element in cases where arr.length is above 2
takeUntil(arr, func): Collects items in an array until the func condition is meant, at which point, it will return all the values preceding that value
without(sourceArr, itemsToRemove): Will return the elements in sourceArr, not including those in itemsToRemove