November 8, 2023
Overview of Object Merging
Object.assign() method or the spread operator for this.
Object.assign() is a method that copies the values of all enumerable own properties from one or more source objects to a target object.
The spread operator (
...) allows an iterable such as an array or string to be expanded in places where zero or more arguments or elements are expected.
Custom Merge Functions
For more complex merging scenarios, you can use custom merge functions. This allows for handling deep merges, array concatenation, or special conflict resolution logic.
Handling Arrays and Nested Objects
When merging objects containing arrays or nested objects, consider if you need to merge the nested elements or overwrite them.
Libraries for Advanced Merging
For deep merging or handling complex data structures, libraries like Lodash offer functions like
_.merge() that can simplify the process.
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