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util-deprecate 1.0.2

The Node.js `util.deprecate()` function with browser support
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What does util-deprecate do?

Util-deprecate is a highly useful npm package that brings Node.js's util.deprecate() function to the browser environment. It provides an efficient and straightforward method of deprecating JavaScript functions in your codebase, using functionality either mirrored from Node.js in a server context or using a browser-specific implementation when used via browserify.

How do you use util-deprecate?

To leverage util-deprecate in your JavaScript projects, you simply introduce it into a module to deprecate specific functions, warning users when a deprecated function is used. Here's an example:

// First, you must require the util-deprecate package:
var deprecate = require('util-deprecate');

// Then, you can deprecate a function. In this example, the function 'foo' is being deprecated in favor of 'bar':
exports.foo = deprecate(foo, 'foo() is deprecated, use bar() instead');

// When users call the deprecated function, they receive a warning message in the console:
foo();
// Console output: foo() is deprecated, use bar() instead

This package gives developers the power to smoothly transition away from old functions, guiding users towards more updated or efficient functions.

Where are the util-deprecate docs?

The main documentation for the util-deprecate npm package resides in the readme file from the package's GitHub repository, which can be accessed at https://github.com/TooTallNate/util-deprecate. This readme describes the package's purpose, provides a basic usage guide, and presents examples of how to deprecate functions using the package.

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