How to use the google-play-scraper.memoized function in google-play-scraper

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github facundoolano / aso / lib / stores / gplay.js View on Github external
'use strict';

// FIXME don't force memoization
const gplay = require('google-play-scraper').memoized();
const R = require('ramda');
const calc = require('../calc');
const debug = require('debug')('aso');

* An object that holds all store-specific parts of the algorithms exposed by
* the library. This is not the most elegant solution ever, but beats introducing
* hierarchies and inheritance. If these objects grow too big it's probably better
* to break them into more cohessive components, maybe with defaults for the
* common stuff.


const getCollection = (app) => ? gplay.collection.TOP_FREE : gplay.collection.TOP_PAID;
const getGenre = (app) => app.genreId;