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object-tojson

3.0.0 • Public • Published

object-tojson

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Turn a Javascript primitive into its "flat" representation. Aims to be equivalent to JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(obj)).

Usage

Turn a Javascript primitive into its "flat" representation. Aims to be equivalent to JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(obj)). Note that it will recursively visit all properties and attempt to call toJSON, before trying to parse the value. undefined is not a valid JSON value, so it will attempt to remove properties that resolve to this value, unless it is an array element, in which case it resolves to null.

var serialise = require('object-tojson')
 
serialise({
  key: 'value',
  arr: [undefined, null, true],
  keyFn: {toJSON: function () { return 'valueFn' }}
}) // => {key: 'value', [null, null, true], keyFn: 'valueFn'}
 
// With replacer array
serialise({
  key: 'value',
  arr: [undefined, null, true],
  keyFn: {toJSON: function () { return 'valueFn' }}
}, ['key', 0]) // => {key: 'value', [null, null, true]}

API

serialise(value, [replacer], [circular = false])

Recursively serialise value as JSON.strinfigy, with optional replacer. replacer(key, value) is called with the holder of vale as the context (this). Return the replacement for value from this function.

circular controls whether circular references should throw an error like JSON.stringify or preserve a circular reference to the serialised result.

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Install

npm install object-tojson

License

ISC

Install

npm i object-tojson

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