Json Function

It allows you to use methods such as where, limit, select, orderBy on JSON data.

Json-Function provides a lot of useful functions especially for your json data. It contains the methods you need too much to eliminate unnecessary code repetition.

You can use the Json-Function methods separately, but it is possible to use them all together. You can also chain it.

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Usage

Install

$ npm install json-function

Import

import JsonFunction from 'json-function';

Usage

Example Data

const data = [
{
userId: 1,
id: 1,
title: "delectus aut autem",
completed: false
},
{
userId: 1,
id: 2,
title: "quis ut nam facilis et officia qui",
completed: false
},
{
userId: 1,
id: 3,
title: "fugiat veniam minus",
completed: false
},
{
userId: 1,
id: 4,
title: "et porro tempora",
completed: true
}
];

Chaining Syntax

JsonFunction
.where({ completed: false })
.select(["title", "completed"])
.orderBy("title", "DESC")
.limit(2)
.get(data);

Output

[
{
title: "quis ut nam facilis et officia qui",
completed: false
},
{
title: "fugiat veniam minus",
completed: false
}
];

Basic Syntax

JsonFunction.where({ completed: false });
JsonFunction.select(["title", "completed"]);
JsonFunction.orderBy("title", "DESC");
JsonFunction.limit(2);
const result = JsonFunction.get(data);

getQuery

Create a query and use it at any time.

const queryTwoIncompleteTasks = JsonFunction
.where({ completed: false })
.select(["title", "completed"])
.limit(2)
.getQuery();

setQuery

JsonFunction.setQuery(queryTwoIncompleteTasks).get(data);

or

JsonFunction.get(data, { query: queryTwoIncompleteTasks });