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#is-extendable NPM version

Returns true if a value is any of the object types: array, regexp, plain object, function or date. This is useful for determining if a value can be extended, e.g. "can the value have keys?"

#Install

Install with npm

$ npm i is-extendable --save

#Usage

var isExtendable = require('is-extendable');

Returns true if the value is any of the following:

  • array
  • regexp
  • plain object
  • function
  • date
  • error

#Notes

All objects in JavaScript can have keys, but it's a pain to check for this, since we ether need to verify that the value is not null or undefined and:

  • the value is not a primitive, or
  • that the object is an object, function

Also note that an extendable object is not the same as an extensible object, which is one that (in es6) is not sealed, frozen, or marked as non-extensible using preventExtensions.

  • assign-deep: Deeply assign the enumerable properties of source objects to a destination object.
  • extend-shallow: Extend an object with the properties of additional objects. node.js/javascript util.
  • isobject: Returns true if the value is an object and not an array or null.
  • is-plain-object: Returns true if an object was created by the Object constructor.
  • is-equal-shallow: Does a shallow comparison of two objects, returning false if the keys or values differ.
  • kind-of: Get the native type of a value.

#Running tests

Install dev dependencies:

$ npm i -d && npm test

#Contributing

Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue

#Author

Jon Schlinkert

#License

Copyright © 2015 Jon Schlinkert Released under the MIT license.


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