const toCamelCase = str => str.replace(/[\._-\s]+(.)?/g, (_, m) => (m ? m.toUpperCase() : ""));
Returns a new string in camel case.
dash as delimiter.
const toCamelCase = str => str.replace(/[\s\._-]+\w/g, (m) => m[m.length-1].toUpperCase());
The repository & npm package
You can find the all the utility functions from this series at github.com/martinkr/onelinecode
The library is also published to npm as @onelinecode for your convenience.
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Top comments (6)
Or make a part of the string:
'to camel case'.toCamelCase();
Half the time its the original, the other half the new version for me.
Thanks. In Chrome, my version is 25% faster. It was obvious, though. Grouping is a heavy operation.
Thank you, I updated the article and the code.
Perhaps only uppercase letters and use
Sure. You want to write the code for this and we're running it through the benchmarks?