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merge-descriptors 1.0.1

Merge objects using descriptors
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What does merge-descriptors do?

The npm package "merge-descriptors" is used for merging JavaScript objects using property descriptors. This utility function allows you to combine the properties and methods of two objects into one, while preserving their individual characteristics defined through JavaScript property descriptors, such as enumerable, writable and configurable.

How do you use merge-descriptors?

To utilize "merge-descriptors", you'd require to install the package and import it in your JavaScript files. Here's an example of how you can use it:

// Install the package through npm
npm install merge-descriptors

// Import and use merge-descriptors
var merge = require('merge-descriptors');
var obj1 = {
  get name() {
    return 'jon'
  }
};
var obj2 = {};

merge(obj2, obj1);

console.log(obj2.name); // Outputs: 'jon'

In the example above, all descriptors from obj1 are merged into obj2, giving obj2 the same properties as obj1. You can control how properties get merged by passing a third argument to the merge function.

Where are the merge-descriptors docs?

The official documentation for "merge-descriptors" is contained within the README file present in their GitHub repository here. The small API section in this README file provides all the necessary details to use this module effectively.