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Property values and filtering





npm version code style: prettier types MIT license

Property values and filtering


When working with products that have many variants it is helpful to think of each variant as a combination of properties instead of an article number. In this library the properties are represented by a set of name/value pairs in the PropertyValueSet type. This set of properties can then be checked against a filter represented by the PropertyFilter type.

For more information about the property filter syntax please see the documentation.


npm install --save @promaster-sdk/property

The library is compiled to ES5 and no polyfills are required.


import { PropertyValueSet, PropertyFilter } from "@promaster-sdk/property";

const pvs1 = PropertyValueSet.fromString("a=1;b=2");
const pvs2 = PropertyValueSet.fromString("a=1;b=3");
const pf = PropertyFilter.fromString("a=1,2&b=3");
const pvs1valid = PropertyFilter.isValid(pvs1, pf); // false
const pvs2valid = PropertyFilter.isValid(pvs2, pf); // true