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Map Everything!

Add a .map() method to the prototypes of Object, String, Set, and Map.

See the Blog Post

This project was the result of me experimenting with adding .map() to JavaScript entities that don't come with it out of the box, as documented here:

https://macarthur.me/posts/creating-a-map-method-for-objects-strings-sets-and-maps

Installation

npm install map-everything

Usage

Import one or several of the following methods from the map-everything package, which will add a map() method to the prototypes of the respective entities.

import {
  attachToObjectPrototype,
  attachToStringPrototype,
  attachToSetPrototype,
  attachToMapPrototype
} from "map-everything";

attachToObjectPrototype();
attachToStringPrototype();
attachToSetPrototype();
attachToMapPrototype();

You may also attach map() to all of these prototypes by importing the mapEverything() method:

import mapEverything from "map-everything";

mapEverything();

Why would I use this?

I'll leave that up to you.

License

MIT © Alex MacArthur

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