Simple tool for storing/retrieving objects events based hierarchical key paths.
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key-tree-store

Simple tool for storing/retrieving objects events based hierarchical keypaths.

It lets you store and retrive objects that are at an equal or deeper key path than what you give it.

install

npm install key-tree-store

example

Assume you've got a structure like this:

{
    'first': [ {obj: 1}, {obj: 2} ],
    'first.stuff': [ {obj: 3} ],
    'first.something.other': [ {obj: 4}, {obj: 5} ]
}

Then you can retrive it by key. Where it returns anything at or deeper than level supplied.

var KeyTree = require('key-tree-store');

var tree = new KeyTree();

tree.add('first', {id: 'one'});
tree.add('first.second', {id: 'two'});
tree.add('first.second', {id: 'three'});
tree.add('first.second.third', {id: 'four'});

// now we can retrieve them by key
tree.get('first'); // returns all of them
tree.get('first.second'); // returns array of objects two, three and four
tree.get('first.second.third'); // returns array of object four;

// the `get` method returns them all in an array
// if we still need them grouped by key we can use
// `getGrouped`
tree.getGrouped('first.second'); // returns {'first.second': [...], 'first.second.third': [...]}

// calling `.get()` or `.getGrouped` without arguments
// returns all in appropriate format

// that's all there is to it

removing items:

var KeyTree = require('key-tree-store');

var tree = new KeyTree();
var obj1 = {obj: '1'};

tree.add('key.path', obj1);

// removes it no matter what key
tree.remove(obj1);

running items:

// as a shortcut, there's also the `run` method
// to help you run functions that match they keypath
// this assumes you're storing functions, of course.
var KeyTree = require('key-tree-store');

var tree = new KeyTree();

tree.add('key.path', function () {
    console.log('function ran!');
});

tree.run('key'); //=> function ran!

// you can also optionally pass a context or arguments to run them with
tree.run('key', {some: 'object'});

// with arguments
tree.run('key', {some: 'object'}, 'arg1', 'arg2');

credits

If you like this follow @HenrikJoreteg on twitter.

license

MIT