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flattree

0.11.1 • Public • Published

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Convert hierarchical tree structure to flat structure. With a flat structure, it allows you to scroll a large tree easily with virtualization.

Check out infinite-tree to see how it integrated with FlatTree.

Installation

npm install --save flattree

Examples

Given a hierarchical tree structure like this, you can build a tree in any form. For example:

Flat List View

File: examples/test1.js

<root>: path=".0", parent="", children=2, total=11, depth=0, prefix="0", open=1, lastChild=1
Alpha: path=".0.0", parent=".0", children=0, total=0, depth=1, prefix="00", open=0, lastChild=0
Bravo: path=".0.1", parent=".0", children=3, total=9, depth=1, prefix="00", open=1, lastChild=1
Charlie: path=".0.1.0", parent=".0.1", children=2, total=4, depth=2, prefix="000", open=1, lastChild=0
Delta: path=".0.1.0.0", parent=".0.1.0", children=2, total=2, depth=3, prefix="0001", open=1, lastChild=0
Echo: path=".0.1.0.0.0", parent=".0.1.0.0", children=0, total=0, depth=4, prefix="00011", open=0, lastChild=0
Foxtrot: path=".0.1.0.0.1", parent=".0.1.0.0", children=0, total=0, depth=4, prefix="00011", open=0, lastChild=1
Golf: path=".0.1.0.1", parent=".0.1.0", children=0, total=0, depth=3, prefix="0001", open=0, lastChild=1
Hotel: path=".0.1.1", parent=".0.1", children=1, total=2, depth=2, prefix="000", open=1, lastChild=0
India: path=".0.1.1.0", parent=".0.1.1", children=1, total=1, depth=3, prefix="0001", open=1, lastChild=1
Juliet: path=".0.1.1.0.0", parent=".0.1.1.0", children=0, total=0, depth=4, prefix="00010", open=0, lastChild=1
Kilo: path=".0.1.2", parent=".0.1", children=0, total=0, depth=2, prefix="000", open=0, lastChild=1

Nested Hierarchy

File: examples/test2.js

<root> (.0)
  ├── Alpha (.0.0)
  └─┬ Bravo (.0.1)
    ├─┬ Charlie (.0.1.0)
    | ├─┬ Delta (.0.1.0.0)
    | | ├── Echo (.0.1.0.0.0)
    | | └── Foxtrot (.0.1.0.0.1)
    | └── Golf (.0.1.0.1)
    ├─┬ Hotel (.0.1.1)
    | └─┬ India (.0.1.1.0)
    |   └── Juliet (.0.1.1.0.0)
    └── Kilo (.0.1.2)

Single Root Node

File: examples/test3.js

- <root> (.0)
    Alpha (.0.0)
  - Bravo (.0.1)
    - Charlie (.0.1.0)
      + Delta (.0.1.0.0)
        Golf (.0.1.0.1)
    - Hotel (.0.1.1)
      - India (.0.1.1.0)
          Juliet (.0.1.1.0.0)
      Kilo (.0.1.2)

Multiple Root Nodes

File: examples/test4.js

  Alpha (.0)
- Bravo (.1)
  - Charlie (.1.0)
    + Delta (.1.0.0)
      Golf (.1.0.1)
  - Hotel (.1.1)
    - India (.1.1.0)
        Juliet (.1.1.0.0)
    Kilo (.1.2)

Usage

var flatten = require('flattree').flatten;
 
var tree = { // tree can either be object or array
    id: 'fruit',
    label: 'Fruit',
    children: [
        { id: 'apple', label: 'Apple' },
        { id: 'banana', label: 'Banana', children: [{ id: 'cherry', label: 'Cherry' }] }
    ]
};
 
flatten(tree, {
    openNodes: ['fruit', 'banana'],
    openAllNodes: false, // Defaults to false
    throwOnEerror: false // Defaults to false
});
// → [Node { id: 'fruit', ...}, Node { id: 'apple', ...}, Node { id: 'banana', ...}, Node { id: 'cherry', ...}]

This demostrates how to open a node and rebuild the tree:

var _ = require('lodash');
var flatten = require('flattree').flatten;
 
// Create the list
var nodes = flatten(require('./test/fixtures/tree.json'));
// → [Node { id: 'fruit', ...}]
 
// Find the first node with an id attribute that equals to 'fruit'
var index = _.findIndex(nodes, { 'id': 'fruit' });
var node = nodes[index];
 
var siblingNodes = flatten(node.children, { openNodes: ['fruit'] });
 
// Insert an array inside another array
nodes.splice.apply(nodes, [index + 1, 0].concat(siblingNodes));
 
console.log(nodes);
// → [Node { id: 'fruit', ...}, Node { id: 'apple', ...}, Node { id: 'banana', ...}]

This demostrates how to close a node and rebuild the tree:

var _ = require('lodash');
var flatten = require('flattree').flatten;
 
// Create the list
var nodes = flatten(require('./test/fixtures/tree.json'), { openAllNodes: true });
// → [Node { id: 'fruit', ...}, Node { id: 'apple', ...}, Node { id: 'banana', ...}, Node { id: 'cherry', ...}]
 
// Find the first node with an id attribute that equals to 'banana'
var index = _.findIndex(nodes, { 'id': 'banana' });
var node = nodes[index];
var deleteCount = node.state.total;
 
// Traversing up through ancestors to subtract node.state.total
var p = node;
while (p) {
    p.state.total = (p.state.total - deleteCount);
    p = p.parent;
}
 
// Remove elements from an array
nodes.splice(index + 1, deleteCount);
 
console.log(nodes);
// → [Node { id: 'fruit', ...}, Node { id: 'apple', ...}, Node { id: 'banana', ...}]

API

https://github.com/cheton/flattree/wiki/API

License

Copyright (c) 2016 Cheton Wu

Licensed under the MIT License.

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npm i flattree

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