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Lodash modules snippets

by oriSomething ST2/ST3

Only use the modules you need from Lodash

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Lodash modules snippets (for sublime text)

Import easily only the modules you need from lodash. Supports lodash 4.5.0v.

Examples

  • CommonJS: typing r_map will resolve to var map = require('lodash/map');
  • ES2015: typing i_map will resolve to import map from 'lodash/map';

Installation

The recommended way is by using Package Control: - open the command palette by typing ⌘+shift+p on OS X or ctrl+shift+p on Windows/Linux - select Package Control: Install Package - type Lodash modules snippets

The other way is: - open the terminal on sublime's packages folder - type git clone https://github.com/oriSomething/lodash-modules-sublime.git