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    Ramda Extension

    Utility library for functional JavaScript. With 歹 to Ramda.
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    Ramda extension

    Utility library for functional JavaScript.

    Library adds utilities functions that are built on the top of marvelous Ramda library.

    Play wit Ramda and Ramda-extension in REPL.

    See our documentation site.

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    import { cx } from 'ramda-extension';
    cx({ box: true, 'box--outline': false }, 'width-100'); // ".box .width-100"

    Why to choose ramda-extension over other libraries?

    We focus on functional point-free code. Our goal is to keep codebase composed only from ramda functions, not from own code. Basically, we are using only const and ES6 modules from the JavaScript itself.

    We have a few functions with side-effects (like log and trace) to support better developer's experience in debugging process. It is only for development purpose and it should not be used in production code.


    $ yarn add ramda ramda-extension


    $ npm install ramda ramda-extension


    We support CommonJS and ES modules syntax.

    Import function as a named export (not recommended without treeshaking):

    import { toKebabCase } from 'ramda-extension';
    import { flatten } from 'ramda'; // standard ramda function (if needed)
    toKebabCase('I wanna eat my kebab.') // "i-wanna-eat-my-kebab"
    flatten([1, 2, [3, 4], 5]) // [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
    • NOTE: standard ramda functions are still accessed via 'ramda'

    Alternatively you can import it separately if your environment doesn't support treeshaking (Sse babel-plugin-transform-imports):

    import toKebabCase from 'ramda-extension/lib/toKebabCase';
    toKebabCase('I wanna eat my kebab.') // "i-wanna-eat-my-kebab"

    If you prefer jQuery-style:

    import * as R_ from 'ramda-extension'
    R_.toKebabCase('I wanna eat my kebab.') // "i-wanna-eat-my-kebab"

    NOTE: Ramda itself is not part of bundle, you need to add it manually


    You can use Ramda-extension directly in the browser:

    <script src=""></script>
    <script src=""></script>

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    Most of the functions have its own tests and examples in the JS Doc.

    Feel free to either contribute yourself or submit an issue if there is a bug or you have an idea for a new extension.

    We are open to all ideas and suggestions, feel free to open an issue or a pull request!

    See the contribution guide for guidelines.


    All packages are distributed under the Apache 2.0 license. See the license here.

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