Reduces a given Array-like into a value hash (keyed data store).

Given an Iterable or Array-like structure, call Array.prototype.reduce.call() on the provided object to step over it and return an Object, keyed by the reference value.

代码片段

const toHash = (object, key) =>
  Array.prototype.reduce.call(
    object,
    (acc, data, index) => ((acc[!key ? index : data[key]] = data), acc),
    {}
  );

使用样例

toHash([4, 3, 2, 1]); // { 0: 4, 1: 3, 2: 2, 3: 1 }
toHash([{ a: 'label' }], 'a'); // { label: { a: 'label' } }
// A more in depth example:
let users = [{ id: 1, first: 'Jon' }, { id: 2, first: 'Joe' }, { id: 3, first: 'Moe' }];
let managers = [{ manager: 1, employees: [2, 3] }];
// We use function here because we want a bindable reference, but a closure referencing the hash would work, too.
managers.forEach(
  manager =>
    (manager.employees = manager.employees.map(function(id) {
      return this[id];
    }, toHash(users, 'id')))
);
managers; // [ { manager:1, employees: [ { id: 2, first: "Joe" }, { id: 3, first: "Moe" } ] } ]