When I was first learning array methods, I spent a lot of time digging through the docs to find the appropriate one, and I had to search one by one. I made this resource to help people find the correct array method a bit more naturally. You can narrow down what you want to do and explore until you find what's most useful to you.
Check out the site here: https://arrayexplorer.netlify.com/
Or if you prefer codepen: https://codepen.io/sdras/full/gogVRX/
I realize that there are about a million ways that this resource can be set up, and some of the taxonomy is necessarily opinionated. I tried to focus on what I thought would have helped me learn the best, rather than industry standard delineations (mutator, accessor, iteration, for example). There are a lot of resources that already divide the methods this way, so if that style of learning suits you better, that's great! This resource is not set up that way. Please keep in mind that this is not meant to be as comprehensive or a replacement for full documentation, which is why the MDN docs are linked to in each method.
I based most of the examples and longer descriptions off of the MDN documentation, altering it slightly where I felt the description was not as beginner-friendly as it could be.
Other Similar Projects
I have an Object Explorer as well: https://objectexplorer.netlify.com/
I've heard people say they want to fork this project for other languages and data types (ruby, etc), please feel free to! If you let me know about it, I'll link it up here.
- Ruby Array Explorer. Code here
- Angular Array Explorer . Code here
- Python List Explorer. Code here
- Ramdajs Methods Explorer . Code here
Many thanks to everyone who helped with the translations! @AWolf81, @Gonzalo2310, @welll, @julienmartin, @g-plane, @imbyurhan, @bahe007, @salahaa1, @proYang, @bdimitrovski, @TheElderMindseeker, @glenngijsberts, @galuhsahid, @xgebi
# install dependencies npm install # serve with hot reload at localhost:8080 npm run dev # build for production with minification npm run build # build for production and view the bundle analyzer report npm run build --report