abitbol-serializable

Serializable classes based on Abitbol classes

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Abitbol Serializable is an abitbol class that can serialize its properties.
Features:
  • Serialize / Unserialize all computed properties that have a getter and
a setter,
  • Skip properties annotated with "@serializable false".
  • Use custom serialization function for specific properties.

Example Class:
var SerializableClass = require("abitbol-serializable");

var Person = SerializableClass.$extend({

    __name__: "Person",  // The class name

    __init__: function(params) {
        this.$data.firstName = "John";
        this.$data.lastName = "DOE";
        this.$data.age = 0;
        this.$super(params);
    },

    getFirstName: function() {
        return this.$data.firstName;
    },

    setFirstName: function(firstName) {
        this.$data.firstName = firstName;
    },

    getLastName: function() {
        return this.$data.lastName;
    },

    setLastName: function(lastName) {
        this.$data.lastName = lastName;
    },

    getAge: function() {
        "@serializable false";
        return this.$data.age;
    },

    setAge: function(age) {
        this.$data.age = age;
    }

});

Example Serialization:
var john = new Person({
    lastName: "Wayne",
    age: 72
});

john.serialize();

// -> {
//        __name__: "Person",
//        id: "<an autogenerated uuid>",
//        firstName: "John",
//        lastName: "Wayne"
//    }

Install

To install Abitbol Serializable run the following command:
npm install abitbol-serializable

Documentation

  • https://wanadev.github.io/abitbol-serializable/

Contributing

Questions

If you have any question, you can:

Bugs

If you found a bug, please open an issue on Githubgh-issue with as much information as possible.

Pull Requests

Please consider filing a buggh-issue before starting to work on a new feature. This will allow us to discuss the best way to do it. This is of course not necessary if you just want to fix some typo or small errors in the code.

Coding Style / Lint

To check coding style, run the follwoing command:
npm run lint

Tests

Tu run tests, use the following command:
npm run test

Changelog

  • NEXT (changes on master that have not been released yet):
* Nothing yet ;)
  • v2.0.2:
* feat: Added TypeScript type declaration for SerializableClass and serializer (@Pduhard, #26)
* misc: Updated dev dependencies (@dependabot)
  • v2.0.1:
* Updated dependencies (@jbghoul, #12)
  • v2.0.0:
* Updates `abitbol` dependency to 2.0.0
  • v1.0.2:
* Documentation site
  • v1.0.1:
* Updates `uuid` dependency to 3.0.0
  • v1.0.0:
* Initial release