toggle-array

In an array of objects, this enables a property on the object at the specified index, while disabling the property on all other objects.

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In an array of objects, this enables a property on the object at the specified index, while disabling the property on all other objects.

Install

Install with npm:
$ npm install --save toggle-array

Usage

var toggle = require('toggle-array');
var arr = [
  {foo: true},
  {foo: true},
  {foo: true},
  {foo: true},
  {foo: true}
];

console.log(toggle(arr, 'foo', 2));
// [ { foo: true },
//   { foo: false },
//   { foo: true },
//   { foo: true },
//   { foo: true } ]

console.log(toggle(arr, 'foo', 2));
// [ { foo: false },
//   { foo: true },
//   { foo: false },
//   { foo: false },
//   { foo: false } ]

.enable

Enables the element at the given index, and disables all other items:
var toggle = require('toggle-array');
var arr = [
  {foo: true},
  {foo: true},
  {foo: true},
  {foo: true},
  {foo: true}
];

console.log(toggle.enable(arr, 'foo', 2));
// [ { foo: false },
//   { foo: false },
//   { foo: true },
//   { foo: false },
//   { foo: false } ]

.disable

Disabled the element at the given index, and enables all other items:
var toggle = require('toggle-array');
var arr = [
  {foo: false},
  {foo: false},
  {foo: false},
  {foo: false},
  {foo: false}
];

console.log(toggle.disable(arr, 'foo', 2));
// [ { foo: true },
//   { foo: true },
//   { foo: false },
//   { foo: true },
//   { foo: true } ]

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Author

Jon Schlinkert

License

Copyright © 2017, Jon Schlinkert
. Released under the MIT License.

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