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 @yneha/lotide
const _ = require('@yneha/lotide');
const results = _.tail([1, 2, 3]) // => [2, 3]
*assertArraysEqual : given two arrays, evaluate if they are equal, or not
*assertEqual : given two inputs, evaluate if they are equal, or not
*assertObjectsEqual : given two objects, evaluate if they are equal, or not
*countLetters : when given a string, create an object with letters as keys, which equate to values indicating how many the letter appears in the string
*countOnly : given an array of items, then return counts for a specific subset of those items - This is limited to String only
*eqArrays : given two arrays, check if they are equal, or not
*eqObjects : given two objects, check if they are equal, or not
*findKey : given an object and a condition, find the key where the value satisfies the condition
*findKeyByValue : given an object and a value, find the key corresponding to the value
*flatten : given a nested array, remove all the nested arrays
*head : given an array, return the first element within the array
*letterPositions : given a string, return an object indicating the index of all the letters in the string
*map : given an array and a condition, modify each element to fulfill the given condition
*middle : given an array, return the elements in the middle of the array if array length is odd. If the length is even, return both middle numbers.
*tail : given an array, return an array without the first element from the original array
*takeUntil : given an array and a condition, create a new array with the elements starting from index of the original array, until an element does not meet the condition given.
*without : given two arrays, modify array 1 to remove all elements that are in both array 1 and array 2