ex_map 0.9.8

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A library for writing pretty simple object class with Map interface.

Use transformer:

  - ex_map

And that:

library ex_map_test;
import 'package:ex_map/ex_map.dart';

class TestMap extends ExtendedMap {
  int id;
  @ExKey(protected: true, type: int)
  String integerField; 
  @ExKey(type: String)
  var testField;
  var notAnnotatedProperty;

will be transformed to:

library ex_map_test;
import 'package:ex_map/ex_map.dart';

class TestMap extends ExtendedMap {
  TestMap({int id, int integerField, String testField}) {
    types = {'id': int, 'integerField': int, 'testField': String};
  get id => this['id'];
  set id(value) => this['id'] = value;
  get integerField => this['integerField'];
  set integerField(value) => setProtectedField('integerField', value);
  get testField => this['testField'];
  set testField(value) => this['testField'] = value;
  var notAnnotatedProperty;

protectedKeys - can not be set differently than through special method. (setProtectedField) That property can be established only through the operator: "."

types - need to check type of value before save:

class FieldsTestMap extends ExtendedMap {
  FieldsTestMap({id, integerField, testField}) {
    types = {
      'stringField': String,
      'intField': int,
      'doubleField': double,
      'dateField': DateTime,
      'boolField': bool
  /// Test
  group('The extended map', () {
    test('has right types', () {
      FieldsTestMap map = new FieldsTestMap();

      map['stringField'] = 1;
      expect(map.stringField, equals('1'));

      map['stringField'] = '2';
      expect(map.stringField, equals('2'));

      map['intField'] = '1';
      expect(map.intField, equals(1));

      map['intField'] = 2;
      expect(map.intField, equals(2));

      map['doubleField'] = '2.2';
      expect(map.doubleField, equals(2.2));

      map['doubleField'] = 2.1;
      expect(map.doubleField, equals(2.1));

      DateTime date = new DateTime.now();
      map['dateField'] = date.toString();
      expect(map.dateField, equals(date));

      map['dateField'] = date;
      expect(map.dateField, equals(date));

      map['boolField'] = 'true';
      expect(map.boolField, equals(true));

      map['boolField'] = false;
      expect(map.boolField, equals(false));
  • Default constructor check in transformer

ExMap Change Log #

0.9.8 #

  • Update readme


library example;

import 'dart:html';
import 'package:ex_map/ex_map.dart';

class ExampleMap extends ExtendedMap {
  int id;

  @ExKey(protected: true, type: int)
  int integerField = 1;

  @ExKey(type: String)
  var testField = 'test';

main() {
  ExampleMap exampleMap = new ExampleMap();
  exampleMap['id'] = 1;
    ..appendText('keys: ${exampleMap.keys.toString()}')
    ..append(new Element.br())
    ..appendText('id: ${exampleMap.id}')
    ..append(new Element.br())
    ..appendText('integerField: ${exampleMap.integerField}')
    ..append(new Element.br())
    ..appendText('testField: ${exampleMap["testField"]}');

Use this package as a library

1. Depend on it

Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:

  ex_map: ^0.9.8

2. Install it

You can install packages from the command line:

with pub:

$ pub get

Alternatively, your editor might support pub get. Check the docs for your editor to learn more.

3. Import it

Now in your Dart code, you can use:

import 'package:ex_map/ex_map.dart';
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