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Faltu

Search sort, filter, limit and iterate over an array of objects in Mongo-style.

Installation

In NodeJS:

npm install faltu --save

For other projects simply download and include the file in your pages:

<script src="faltu.min.js"></script>

Usage

All the data passed is expected to be an array or objects.

e.g:

[array, array, ..., array]

All the data returned is also of the same type.

For example:

var data = [{
  name: "John",
  age: 16
},{
  name: "Doe",
  age: 18
},{
  name: "Smith",
  age: 22
}];

Pass the array to constructor:

In NodeJS:

var Faltu = require('faltu');
var faltuData = new Faltu(data);

In other environments:

var faltuData = new Faltu(data);

Searching

You can use find method for searching. Search for all the guys who are 18 years of age:

var newData = new Faltu(data).find({
  age: 18
}).get();

newData would look something like:

[{
  name: "Doe",
  age: 18
}]

You should always call get at the end if you want an array back. Or It'll just return the faltu instance.

Search for all the guys who are 18 years of age or older:

var newData = new Faltu(data).find({
  age: {
    $gte: 18 // $gte is similar to >= (greater than or equal to)
  }
}).get();

newData:

[{
  name: "Doe",
  age: 18
},{
  name: "Smith",
  age: 22
}]

Other supported comparison operators in find are:

  • $lt: <
  • $lte: <=
  • $gt: >
  • $ne: !=

Search for all the guys who are 18 or 16 years of age:

var newData = new Faltu(data).find({
  age: [16, 18]
}).get();

newData:

[{
  name: "John",
  age: 16
},{
  name: "Doe",
  age: 18
}]

Passing null, empty object {} or nothing to find means not performing any search. find accepts options as second argument.

e.g:

var newData = new Faltu(data).find({
  age: [16, 18]
}, {
  sort: {
    age: -1
  }
}).get();

Will return the data in descending order by age. Other than sort you can also pass:

  • skip
  • limit
  • unique

Sorting

Use sort to sort the result in descending order by age:

var newData = new Faltu(data).find({
  age: [16, 18]
}).sort({
  age: -1 // 1 = ASC, -1 = DESC
}).get();

newData:

[{
  name: "Doe",
  age: 18
},{
  name: "John",
  age: 16
}]

Limit

Let's get only 1 object back:

var newData = new Faltu(data).find().limit(1).get();

newData:

[{
  name: "John",
  age: 16
}]

Skip

Let's skip 1st object:

var newData = new Faltu(data).find().skip(1).get();

newData:

[{
  name: "Doe",
  age: 18
},{
  name: "Smith",
  age: 22
}]

Skip & Limit

Let's skip 1st object:

var newData = new Faltu(data).find().skip(1).limit(1).get();

newData:

[{
  name: "Doe",
  age: 18
}]

Unique

You can have result returned that is unique by a key.

var newData = new Faltu(data).find().unique('age').get();

Filtering

You can also perform jQuery-esque filtering yourself. Call filter method, pass a function.

var newData = new Faltu(data).find().filter(function (person) {
  return person.age == 16; // return true if you want to keep the object
}).get();

newData:

[{
  name: "John",
  age: 16
}]

Iterate

each iterates over all the records returned.

var newData = new Faltu(data).find(null).each(function(person, index){
  console.log('User name:', person.name);
});