inflect-js

An inflection helper based on Ryan Schuft's inflection-js

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Inflect-JS

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A clone of Ryan Schuft's inflection-js, rewritten to take string arguments rather than monkey patching the core String class.

Inflect.pluralize(string, plural) == String

renders a singular English language noun into its plural form normal results can be overridden by passing in an alternative

Inflect.singularize(string, singular) == String

renders a plural English language noun into its singular form normal results can be overridden by passing in an alterative

Inflect.camelize(string, lowFirstLetter) == String

renders a lower case underscored word into camel case the first letter of the result will be upper case unless you pass true also translates "/" into "::" (underscore does the opposite)

Inflect.underscore(string) == String

renders a camel cased word into words seperated by underscores also translates "::" back into "/" (camelize does the opposite)

Inflect.humanize(string, lowFirstLetter) == String

renders a lower case and underscored word into human readable form defaults to making the first letter capitalized unless you pass true

Inflect.capitalize(string) == String

renders all characters to lower case and then makes the first upper

Inflect.dasherize(string) == String

renders all underbars and spaces as dashes

Inflect.titleize(string) == String

renders words into title casing (as for book titles)

Inflect.demodulize(string) == String

renders class names that are prepended by modules into just the class

Inflect.tableize(string) == String

renders camel cased singular words into their underscored plural form

Inflect.classify(string) == String

renders an underscored plural word into its camel cased singular form

Inflect.foreign_key(string, dropIdUbar) == String

renders a class name (camel cased singular noun) into a foreign key defaults to seperating the class from the id with an underbar unless you pass true

Inflect.ordinalize(string) == String

renders all numbers found in the string into their sequence like "22nd"

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