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@nilz/aurelia-converters

Common aurelia converters

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aurelia-converters

Repository containing useful and common aurelia converters.

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Installation

Install depending on package manager:

npm install @nilz/aurelia-converters

Plugin depends on moment for date formatting and numeral for number formatting.

Add plugin to aurelia in main.js:

.plugin('@nilz/aurelia-converters')

Usage

Date

Default format
${ '1995-12-25 17:00' | date}
// 12/25/1995 5:00 PM

Specify format
${ '1995-12-25 17:00' | date:'LT'}
// 5:00 PM

Input can be anything moment accepts. Locale can be changed globally on moment.

Filesize

${ 127000 | filesize }
// 127.00 Kb

Pass parameter format to overwrite default format.

Integer

${ 127.23 | integer }
// 127

Pass parameter format to overwrite default format.

Number

${ 127.23 | number }
// 127.23

Pass parameter format to overwrite default format.

Percentage

${ 0.22 | percentage }
// 22.00 %

Pass parameter format to overwrite default format.

Time

${ 127 | time }
// 00:02:07

Pass parameter format to overwrite default format.

Truncate

${ 'long string' | truncate:4 }
// long...

Parameters:

  1. Length
  2. More string used, default ...
  3. What boundary character to use, default , false to disable, cuts after last occurance of this character

Join

${ ['abc', 'def'] | join }
// abc, def

Pass parameter separator to overwrite default separator.

Keys

repeat.for="key of {abc: 'def', ghi: 'jkl'} | keys"
// [abc, ghi]

Useful for iterating objects using repeat.for

Todo

  • Global overwriting of default formats / parameters using plugin configuration

Running The Tests

To run the unit tests, first ensure that you have followed the steps above in order to install all dependencies and successfully build the library. Once you have done that, proceed with these additional steps:

  1. Ensure that the Karma CLI is installed. If you need to install it, use the following command:

    npm install -g karma-cli
    
  2. Ensure that jspm is installed. If you need to install it, use the following commnand:

    npm install -g jspm
    
  3. Install the client-side dependencies with jspm:

    jspm install
    
  4. You can now run the tests with this command:

    karma start
    

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