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@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils

v1.8.1

Published

A collection of array-related async utilities.

Downloads

1,234

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Async-Array-Utils

A collection of array-related async utilities.

tl;dr

  • Install by executing npm install @wojtekmaj/async-array-utils or yarn add @wojtekmaj/async-array-utils.
  • Import by adding import * as asyncArrayUtils from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils'.
  • Do stuff with it!
    const asyncMappedArr = await asyncMap([1, 2, 3], async (x) => x * 2);

User guide

Table of contents

asyncEvery()

Tests whether all elements in the array pass the test implemented by the provided asynchronous function. It returns a Boolean value.

Note: For optimization purposes, all iterations are ran concurrently. If you rely on any side effects, consider asyncEveryStrict() instead.

Sample usage

import { asyncEvery } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const largerThanZero = await asyncEvery([1, 2, 3], async (el) => el > 0); // true

asyncEveryStrict()

Like asyncEvery(), but runs iterations non-concurrently.

Sample usage

import { asyncEveryStrict } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const indexes = [];
const largerThanZero = await asyncEveryStrict([1, 2, 3], async (el, index) => {
  indexes.push(index);
  return el > 0;
}); // true
console.log(indexes); // [0, 1, 2]

asyncFilter()

Creates a new array with all elements that pass the test implemented by the provided asynchronous function.

Note: For optimization purposes, all iterations are ran concurrently. If you rely on any side effects, consider asyncFilterStrict() instead.

Sample usage

import { asyncFilter } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const asyncFilteredArr = await asyncFilter([1, 2, 3], async (el) => el > 1); // [2, 3]

asyncFilterStrict()

Like asyncFilter(), but runs iterations non-concurrently.

Sample usage

import { asyncFilterStrict } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const indexes = [];
const asyncFilteredArr = await asyncFilterStrict([1, 2, 3], async (el, index) => {
  indexes.push(index);
  return el > 1;
}); // [2, 3]
console.log(indexes); // [0, 1, 2]

asyncFind()

Returns the first element in the provided array that satisfies the provided testing function. If no values satisfy the testing function, undefined is returned.

Sample usage

import { asyncFind } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const asyncFoundEl = await asyncFind([1, 2, 3], async (el) => el > 1); // 2

asyncFindIndex()

Returns the index of the first element in an array that satisfies the provided testing function. If no elements satisfy the testing function, -1 is returned.

Sample usage

import { asyncFindIndex } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const asyncFoundIndex = await asyncFindIndex([1, 2, 3], async (el) => el > 1); // 1

asyncForEach()

Executes a provided asynchronous function once for each array element.

Note: For optimization purposes, all iterations are ran concurrently. If you rely on any side effects, consider asyncForEachStrict() instead.

Sample usage

import { asyncForEach } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

await asyncForEach([1, 2, 3], async (el) => {
  console.log(el * 2);
}); // undefined; 3 console.logs

asyncForEachStrict()

Like asyncForEach(), but runs iterations non-concurrently.

Sample usage

import { asyncForEachStrict } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const indexes = [];
await asyncForEachStrict([1, 2, 3], async (el, index) => {
  indexes.push(index);
  console.log(el * 2);
}); // undefined; 3 console.logs
console.log(indexes); // [0, 1, 2]

asyncMap()

Creates a new array populated with the results of calling a provided asynchronous function on every element in the calling array.

Note: For optimization purposes, all iterations are ran concurrently. If you rely on any side effects, consider asyncMapStrict() instead.

Sample usage

import { asyncMap } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const asyncMappedArr = await asyncMap([1, 2, 3], async (el) => el * 2); // [2, 4, 6]

asyncMapStrict()

Like asyncMap(), but runs iterations non-concurrently.

Sample usage

import { asyncMapStrict } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const indexes = [];
const asyncMappedArr = await asyncMapStrict([1, 2, 3], async (el, index) => {
  indexes.push(index);
  return el * 2;
}); // [2, 4, 6]
console.log(indexes); // [0, 1, 2]

asyncReduce()

Executes a reducer asynchronous function (that you provide) on each element of the array, resulting in a single output value.

Sample usage

import { asyncReduce } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const result = await asyncReduce(
  [1, 2, 3],
  async (tmp, cur, idx) => {
    return tmp + cur;
  },
  0,
); // 6

asyncSome()

Tests whether at least one element in the array pass the test implemented by the provided asynchronous function. It returns a Boolean value.

Note: For optimization purposes, all iterations are ran concurrently. If you rely on any side effects or execution order, consider asyncMapStrict() instead.

Sample usage

import { asyncSome } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const largerThanZero = await asyncSome([1, 2, 3], async (el) => el > 0); // true

asyncSomeStrict()

Like asyncSome(), but runs iterations non-concurrently.

Sample usage

import { asyncSomeStrict } from '@wojtekmaj/async-array-utils';

const indexes = [];
const largerThanZero = await asyncSomeStrict([1, 2, 3], async (el, index) => {
  indexes.push(index);
  return el > 0;
}); // true
console.log(indexes); // [0]

License

The MIT License.

Author