Kiko Beats sent in array-future (GitHub: Kikobeats/array-future, License: MIT, npm: array-future), a module that collects together several ES7 proposals for instance methods on
require('array-future'); [1, 2, 3].average(); // 2 [1, 2, 3].first(); // 1 [1, 2, 3].shuffle(); // [ 2, 3, 1 ] [1, 2, 3].includes(3); // true
includes method is implemented as described by this documentation. Each method is tested with Mocha, and there's documentation in the readme.
I've been doing a lot of work with the FormData API, and I found a JSONFormData polyfill by Roman Liutikov in the DailyJS submission queue. It implements the W3C HTML JSON form submission API:
Instead of capturing form data as essentially an array of key-value pairs which is the bread and butter of existing form encodings, it relies on a simple name attribute syntax that makes it possible to capture rich data structures as JSON directly.
This implementation lets you submit data to servers as JSON by setting a form's
application/json. It also supports REST API HTTP verbs like
FormData -- just use
new JSONFormData(form).formData to get an object based on the form.
If you're writing RESTful services with JSON and want to make a quick web interface, then JSONFormData should help speed things up.