How to use the licia.map function in licia

To help you get started, we’ve selected a few licia examples, based on popular ways it is used in public projects.

github liriliri / licia / lib / update.js View on Github external
async function detectDemo() {
    const files = await glob('src/*/*.demo.html');

    let list = map(files, function(file) {
        return file
            .split('/')
            .pop()
            .replace('.demo.html', '');
    });

    each(list, function(modName) {
        output[modName].demo = true;
    });
}
github liriliri / licia / lib / update.js View on Github external
async function detectBenchmark() {
    const files = await glob('src/*/*benchmark.js');

    let list = map(files, function(file) {
        return file
            .split('/')
            .pop()
            .replace('.benchmark.js', '');
    });

    each(list, function(modName) {
        output[modName].benchmark = true;
    });
}