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github algolia / react-element-to-jsx-string / src / formatter / formatComplexDataStructure.js View on Github external
export default (
  value: Object | Array,
  inline: boolean,
  lvl: number,
  options: Options
): string => {
  const normalizedValue = sortObject(value);

  const stringifiedValue = prettyPrint(normalizedValue, {
    transform: (currentObj, prop, originalResult) => {
      const currentValue = currentObj[prop];

      if (currentValue && isValidElement(currentValue)) {
        return formatTreeNode(
          parseReactElement(currentValue, options),

      if (typeof currentValue === 'function') {
        return formatFunction(currentValue, options);


Convert an object or array into a formatted string

Latest version published 2 years ago

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