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object-assign - ES2015 Object.assign() ponyfill


Node.js 4 and up, as well as every evergreen browser (Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, Safari), support Object.assign() 🎉. If you target only those environments, then by all means, use Object.assign() instead of this package.Assigns enumerable own properties of source objects to the target object and returns the target object. Additional source objects will overwrite previous ones.

SquadLead for Tasks - Community Edition


SquadLead Tasks Community Edition is a PostGreSQL based Task Management software for teams, with wonderful time and resource allocation abilities. Unlinke Gannt charting and dependency abilities, SquadLead gives a flexibility to create ad-hoc tasks with no dependencies and ...




modify-values - Modify the values of an object


Modifies the values and returns a new object.Gets the value and key for each item and is expected to return the new value.

is-extendable - Answers the question: "can this value have keys?"


Returns true if a value is a plain object, array or 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.


mixin-deep - Deeply mix the properties of objects into the first object, while also mixing-in child objects


Deeply mix the properties of objects into the first object. Like merge-deep, but doesn't clone. Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support.

mixin-object - Extend the properties from any number of objects onto the first object


Mixin the own and inherited properties of other objects onto the first object. Pass an empty object as the first arg to shallow clone. Follow this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, for updates on this project and others.

object.defaults - Like `extend` but only copies missing properties/values to the target object.


Like extend but only copies missing properties/values to the target object. Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.

assign-deep - Deeply assign the enumerable properties of source objects to a destination object.


Deeply assign the enumerable properties and/or es6 Symbol properies of source objects to the target (first) object. Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.

extend-shallow - Extend object A with the properties of object B. node.js/javascript util.


Extend an object with the properties of additional objects. node.js/javascript util. Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support.

object.assign - ES6 spec-compliant Object.assign shim. From https://github.com/es-shims/es6-shim


An Object.assign shim. Invoke its "shim" method to shim Object.assign if it is unavailable. This package implements the es-shim API interface. It works in an ES3-supported environment and complies with the spec. In an ES6 environment, it will also work properly with Symbols.

mixing - Functions to mix, filter, change and copy/clone objects


Functions to mix, filter, change and copy/clone objects. Supports processing of symbol property keys that are introduced in ECMAScript 2015. mixing is like an improved version of Object.assign and is compatible with ECMAScript 3+.

react-assign - Update React state without boilerplate


Lightweight shortcut for update the state of a React class without having to define a function handler for it.

es6-object-assign - ECMAScript 6 Object.assign() polyfill and ponyfill


ECMAScript 2015 (ES2015/ES6) Object.assign() polyfill and ponyfill for ECMAScript 5 environments. The main definition of this package has been copied from the polyfill defined in the Mozilla Developer Network.

supermixer - Mixes/merges/extends your objects in multiple ways


Mixes/merges/extends your object in multiple ways. NB! All functions always mutate the first argument.