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just curious if anyone uses any part of that library...

http://phpjs.org/

there are some nice little functions here and there you can include in your project and then use the familiar php function;

http://phpjs.org/functions/ucfirst/

http://phpjs.org/functions/ucwords/

http://phpjs.org/functions/strtotime/

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just curious if anyone uses any part of that library...

http://phpjs.org/

there are some nice little functions here and there you can include in your project and then use the familiar php function;

http://phpjs.org/functions/ucfirst/

http://phpjs.org/functions/ucwords/

http://phpjs.org/functions/strtotime/

Hi,

  My answer to the original question, is 'No, not yet', but I wanted to thank you for the post. I also wanted to say that http://phpjs.org/ lead me to Lodash - https://lodash.com/ which in turn lead me to http://danieltao.com/lazy.js/ .

So as you can see it was a pretty fruitful bit of surfing I'd say. Doesn't hurt to have a list of Javascript libraries to refer to, especially in my case if they lend themselves towards functional programming. The reason for that is , believe it or not, I've only recently taken an interest in the functional programming paradigm as it applies to PHP. That interest was piqued by a thread here in a PW forum - https://processwire.com/talk/topic/13494-methods-to-cycle-through-foreachcomparevalues-of-children/?p=121712 

I had always put off looking into functional programming for reasons I won't get into here and now as this post is long enough already. Let's just say I regret putting it off for so long. I am finding it an interesting self-study.

At some point I believe I will be doing some study of Javascript and functional programming also. Can't hurt, right? :) Have a good one.

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great - thanks for the report; what i like about php.js (which i guess is now Locutus) was being able to grab a function when/where needed from there and pop it right into a project's main.js file

and thanks for those references to Lodash and lazy.js, just took a look over at those sites...

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