Returns true if a value is an object and appears to be a valid Templates view object.
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Returns true if a value is an object and appears to be a valid Templates view object.

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Install with npm:

$ npm install --save is-view


const isView = require('is-view');

Returns true when the given value has properties expected on a templates (or assemble) view. Views are also valid vinyl objects:

console.log(isView({ path: 'foo' }));                    
console.log(isView({ path: '' }));                    
//=> true
console.log(isView({ _isVinyl: true }));                 
//=> true
console.log(isView({ isView: true }));                   
//=> true
console.log(isView({ content: '' }));                    
//=> true
console.log(isView({ content: null }));                  
//=> true
console.log(isView({ contents: null }));                 
//=> true
console.log(isView({ contents: new Buffer('') }));       
//=> true
console.log(isView({ contents: { pipe: () => {} } }));   
//=> true


<summary> Contributing</summary>

Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.

Please read the contributing guide for advice on opening issues, pull requests, and coding standards.

<summary> Running Tests</summary>

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$ npm install && npm test
<summary> Building docs</summary>

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  • templates: System for creating and managing template collections, and rendering templates with any node.js template engine… more | homepage
  • vinyl: Virtual file format. | homepage


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