npm module: a convenient way to see if things are powerful enough
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powerlevel

a convenient way to see if things are powerful enough

installation

# npm install powerlevel

usage

var powerlevel = require('powerlevel')

var powerA = 800

powerlevel(powerA, function (err, level) {
  console.log(level)
  // => "weak"
})

powerB = 10000

powerlevel(powerB, function (err, level) {
  console.log(level)
  // => "it's over 9000?! there's no way that can be right!"
})

api reference

powerlevel: function (powerUnderTest: number|array|object|string, callback: function (err: Error, level: string))

Asynchronously test the power level of any number, array, object, or string. Once the powerlevel has been evaluated, it will call back with the resulting level.

but why is the version so high?

It's more powerful that way.

license

MIT (c) 2012 jden - Jason Denizac jason@denizac.org - http://jden.mit-license.org/2012