Lotide Project

Usage no npm install needed!

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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 Nolan Boxill.


Install it:

npm install @nolan295/lotide

Require it:

const _ = require('@nolan295/lotide');

Call it:

const results = _.tail([1, 2, 3]) // => [2, 3]


The following functions are currently implemented:

  • const assertArraysEqual = function(actual, expected) {} : Checks for strict equality between two arrays.
  • const assertEqual = function(actual, expected) {: Checks equality between two values.
  • const assertObjectsEqual = function(actual, expected) {}: Checks for equality between two objects.
  • const countLetters = function(string){} : Counts letters in string - returns object with number of occurances of each value.
  • const eqArrays = function(oneArr, twoArr){ : Sorts through two arrays - returns true if same false if not.
  • const eqObjects = function(object1, object2) {} : Sorts through two objects - returns true if they have the same contents.
  • const findByValue = function(object,value) {} : Sorts through 'object' - returns 'value'.
  • const findKey = function(obj, x) {} : Loops through object and returns x.
  • const flatten = function(array) {} : Given a nested array, it returns a flat array of the same elements.
  • const head = function(array){} : Given an array it returns the first indexed element.
  • const letterPositions = function(sentence) {} : Given a string - returns an object with an array with index's for each.
  • const map = function(array, callback) {} : Given an array and a callback function - returns an array with the callback invoked.
  • const middle = function(array1) {} : Returns the middle element of an array. If the array is even, it will return both middle ones. If the array is odd it will return the middle one.
  • const tail = function(array) {} : Returns the last element of an array.
  • const takeUntil = function(array, callback) {} : Given an array and a callback function, it returns all elements until matched.
  • const without = function (source, itemsToRemove) {} : Given an array and an exclusion list, returns a new array without excluded elements.