$ npm install protoblast
For more information and API documentation, visit the Protoblast homepage.
You can use Protoblast in 2 ways.
This is the easiest way to use all the new methods & shims. Ideal for internal or big projects.
// Require protoblast and execute the returned function require('protoblast')(); var str = 'Get what we want'; // New native methods, like after, will have been added str.after('what'); // ' we want'
You can also get an object that has pre-bound all the new methods, without modifying anything.
It's more verbose, but should be the way to use Protoblast in redistributable modules.
// Require protoblast and execute the returned function with `false` as parameter var Blast = require('protoblast')(false); var str = 'Get what we want'; // Native objects will have been left alone, they can be accessed like this: Blast.Bound.String.after(str, 'what'); // ' we want'